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Why conserve a “killer”?

Posted on: 30.01.17 In: Americas

Lenn Isidore (Saint Lucia Projects Coordinator) explores why snakes are one of the harder groups of species to conserve, and yet, despite this why Fauna & Flora International is campaigning to conserve the Saint Lucia fer-de-lance…

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On the right road? Paving the way for wiser development decisions

Posted on: 24.01.17 In: General, Business & Biodiversity

In the conservationist’s lexicon, development is by no means a dirty word, but decision-makers sometimes need to be reminded to take full account of its implications for people and wildlife, as Fauna & Flora International’s Tim Knight explains. Given all the political turmoil and global conflict that characterised 2016, a year in which the unthinkable had a nasty habit of becoming reality overnight, it is no surprise that one or two surreal moments slipped by unnoticed. Last June, news reached…

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Conserving forests: a solution to climate change?

Posted on: 21.12.16 In: Eurasia, Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Fauna & Flora International’s Alice Bücker shares her experiences of COP22 and reveals how community-driven forest protection is already contributing to the fight against global warming.

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Can Christmas save a Critically Endangered conifer?

Posted on: 19.12.16 In: Americas

Fauna & Flora International’s Eastern Caribbean Project Coordinator, Sophia Steele explains how harnessing the spirit of Christmas might just save a Critically Endangered conifer…

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Fed up of beach litter? It’s time to cotton on…

Posted on: 16.12.16 In: Marine

Countless plastic cotton bud sticks pollute our seas and beaches, but what is being done to tackle the source of this plastic problem?

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A SMART approach to marine conservation in Cambodia

Posted on: 21.11.16 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

What exactly is the Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool and how is it helping to conserve Cambodia’s marine areas?

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New dollars from old scents

Posted on: 28.10.16 In: General, FFI US

Saint Lucia Projects Coordinator, Lenn Isidore, explains how Fauna & Flora International is helping to promote sustainable lansan tree harvesting in Saint Lucia.

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Is the Grauer’s gorilla’s new status as ‘Critically Endangered’ actually good news?

Posted on: 20.10.16 In: Africa & Madagascar

Programme Coordinator for Fauna & Flora International’s DRC programme, Thalia Liokatis, shares her thoughts about why the IUCN re-categorisation of the world’s largest primate is a triumph in disguise…

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Mission still possible: protecting our planet

Posted on: 05.10.16 In: General

Ahead of his presentation at London’s Royal Geographical Society [on 11th October], campaigner, writer, sustainability adviser and environmentalist Tony Juniper spoke to Fauna & Flora International (FFI) about his latest book and his long association with the organisation.

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Swapping Transylvanian vampires for bears and wild boar

Posted on: 28.09.16 In: Eurasia

Fauna & Flora International’s Olivia Bailey describes her night-time adventures searching for bears in Romania while assisting with a conservation film project.

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