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From Bee-burners to Beekeepers – a slow but sweet revolution

Posted on: 19.09.16 In: Africa & Madagascar

Fauna & Flora International’s Terrestrial Conservation Manager, Felipe Spina, shares his admiration for bees as nature’s hard workers, and explains how a new project is transforming the way that people on Príncipe Island produce honey…

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Plastics – one less drop in the ocean?

Posted on: 08.09.16 In: Eurasia

“The last six years has been a fascinating process of learning and collaboration, and it’s important to reflect back on the process that has got us to where we are today,” says Abigail Entwistle (FFI’s Conservation Science and Design Director).

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Vultures – seeing beauty in the beast

For International Vulture Awareness Day, Fauna & Flora International’s Lizzie Duthie shares how, when she was working in South Africa, vultures captured her heart…

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Successful forest conservation needs clear land rights

Posted on: 31.08.16 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Ellie Appleby (Fauna & Flora International’s Conservation Finance & Enterprise intern) explains the importance of securing clear land rights for successful forest conservation and the work of the Merangin team to achieve this.

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Longing for a lost forest

Posted on: 22.08.16 In: General, Americas, Remarkable Trees

Pablo Hoffmann, Executive Director of Fauna & Flora International’s partner Sociedade Chauá, shares his hopes and fears for the future of Brazil’s Araucaria forest.

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Blood, sweat, frogs and otters

Posted on: 19.08.16 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

The journey of two film-makers to capture the work of Conservation Leadership Programme project teams in India.

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Putting Príncipe back on the map with 3D technology

Posted on: 15.08.16 In: Eurasia

Felipe Spina, Fauna & Flora International’s Terrestrial Biodiversity Conservation Manager in Príncipe, explains how drones and 3D mapping technologies are bringing our knowledge of the island’s forests into the 21st Century.

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Alien onslaught

Posted on: 19.07.16 In: Americas

Lenn Isidore, Saint Lucia Projects Coordinator discusses the detrimental effects that invasive species can have on endemic species…

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Hunting for nurdles on your local beach – how to get involved

Posted on: 12.07.16 In: General

Madeleine Berg Projects Officer at Fidra, Fauna & Flora International’s partner in Scotland explains how a spot of unusual beach combing can help combat a major plastic problem…

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So far so good – short-term profit, long-term price

Posted on: 22.06.16 In: Americas, Business & Biodiversity

Fauna & Flora International’s Tim Knight reflects on the consequences for companies of ignoring the business case for biodiversity.

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