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Blog from the month of: Jul 2014

The canine army that’s protecting rhinos

Posted on: 31.07.14 In: Africa & Madagascar

Fauna & Flora International Deputy Chief Executive Ros Aveling is enthusiastic about the dog squad being trained to save some of the world’s most endangered species at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya…

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Leave only footprints in the sand…

Summer has finally arrived in the northern hemisphere! If you’re heading to the coast any time soon, Fauna & Flora International Marine Project Officer Kate West has a few tips to ensure you don’t leave an unwanted legacy behind you.

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The art of scientific scribing – why papers and journals are so important in conservation

Fauna & Flora International’s Dr Stephen Browne puts pen to paper to share why scientific writing is such a powerful tool in the conservationist’s box…

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Can partnerships save the world’s biodiversity?

Posted on: 18.07.14 In: Business & Biodiversity, General, Mining & Energy

In our rapidly changing world, partnerships are proving to be one of the most successful approaches in conserving the earth’s biodiversity. Fauna & Flora International’s Kristi Foster explains why NGOs, businesses, governments and communities are putting down their gloves and joining forces.

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Sweeping for tiger snares in Sumatra

Posted on: 14.07.14 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia, General

Fauna & Flora International biologist and wildlife photographer Jeremy Holden reports on this year’s Great Kerinci Snare Sweep – an annual competition to step up protection for tigers at a critical time of year.

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Training Cambodia’s next conservation scientists

Posted on: 03.07.14 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia, General

Nick Souter, Project Manager for Fauna & Flora International’s Cambodian University Capacity Building Project, co-manages the only conservation Masters degree course in the country.

Here we share an edited extract from a piece Nick wrote recently for Australian Quarterly, on why this project is so important.

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Back in the DRC – heading home to a war zone

Posted on: 02.07.14 In: Africa & Madagascar, General

Fauna & Flora International’s Thalia Liokatis, Programme Coordinator for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has just returned from a long-postponed trip to a country of special meaning to her – both personally and professionally. Thalia blogs about her birthplace, and manages to find great beauty amongst some hideous tragedy…

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Why marine protected areas are not just about conservation

Posted on: 01.07.14 In: General, Marine

Economic arguments against marine protection are fundamentally flawed, says Andrew Binnie from the Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST). Here, he sets the record straight…

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