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Be bold for change this International Women’s Day

Posted on: 08.03.17 In: General, Africa & Madagascar

This International Women’s Day, FFI’s Helen Anthem explains why gender equality in wildlife conservation is essential and explores some of the consequences of projects that aim to empower women but don’t engage men.

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Efficient stoves and elephant grass aid primate conservation in Vietnam

Posted on: 28.02.17 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Conservation groups and local authorities are collaborating to improve the livelihoods of poor farmers in Vietnam’s northern frontier while protecting nearby forests that house critically endangered gibbons.

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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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