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Selling houses to save species – all in a day’s work for some

Posted on: 17.12.14 In: General

The significance of making connections to ensure successful conservation is a recurring theme in the global offices of Fauna & Flora International (FFI). Connections are made, relationships nurtured, and ideas put into action. Paul White, FFI’s Head of Supporter Recruitment and Development, ponders some not so obvious links between saving species and selling houses…

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Counting tigers and training conservationists

Posted on: 15.12.14 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

As a three-time recipient of a Rufford Small Grant himself, Dr Matt Linkie knows the long-term benefits of supporting conservationists and their projects better than most. Now able to share his own lessons with new grantees, Matt talks about the importance of promoting good science in the tropics…

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Capturing the cultural heritage of an Australian paradise island

Posted on: 05.12.14 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia, FFI Australia, Marine

Over the last 12 months, Sue Sargent, Fauna & Flora International’s Conservation Partnerships Manager, has been working with the Butchulla community on a project trying to capture what archeologists say is more than a 5,000 year cultural history. Sue talks about the journey…

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Why Fauna & Flora International is celebrating Giving Tuesday… and wants to include you

Posted on: 01.12.14 In: FFI US, General

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) prides itself on the act of giving as a benefit to the broader global community. FFI US Executive Director, Katie Frohardt shares a few thoughts about the power of philanthropy and the importance of mobilizing more people to engage.

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Computer games: raising funds and awareness for charities

As gamers and game developers increasingly take an interest in real-world environmental issues, Fauna & Flora International’s Guy Smith looks at what this new era of ‘gaming for good’ could mean for conservation.

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Intercontinental connections: uniting young people to save the rhino

Guest blogger Trang Nguyen explains why she believes young people in Africa and Asia hold the key to the rhino’s future.

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Rumour and confusion – investigating the death of a tiger cub

Posted on: 25.11.14 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia, General

Illustrator Imogen Clowes shares her experiences and artwork from a recent trip to Sumatra, Indonesia, where she witnessed an upsetting event…

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More than maps – how GIS has changed the way we see the world

Today is GIS Day, but what on earth are Geographical Information Systems, and what have they ever done for us? In this edited extract from our magazine, Fauna & Flora International’s Andy Cameron explains.

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Elusive jungle rabbit keeps researchers on the hop

Amazingly until the last years of the 20th Century, the Sumatran striped rabbit had never been photographed. Jeremy Holden tells us how Fauna & Flora International changed that.

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Conservation online: putting the ‘world’ into World Wide Web

Posted on: 30.10.14 In: General

Guest blogger Chris Sandbrook, Lecturer in Conservation Leadership at the University of Cambridge, shares his thoughts on how internet technologies can help make the world a smaller – but better – place…

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