Skip to the content
Conservation Partnerships Manager for Fauna & Flora International in Australia, Jody Gunn celebrates a successful partnership, in the truest sense of the word.
Dr Tony Whitten, Fauna & Flora International’s Regional Director Asia Pacific, blogs on one his favourite events on the conservation calendar, the Student Conference on Conservation Science.
Adam Starr, Project Manager at Fauna & Flora International’s Cambodian Crocodile Conservation Project wrestles with setting up a new home for more than a handful of highly endangered Siamese crocodiles.
Iep Diah is Fauna & Flora International’s Human Wildlife Conflict Coordinator in Aceh, Indonesia. To celebrate International Women’s Day, she talks about her job which involves working with some of Aceh’s toughest men; ex-combatants, loggers and poachers.
Matt Maltby, Projects Officer at Fauna & Flora International’s Cambodia Programme talks about elephants, mating and the challenges of day-to-day conservation in Cambodia.
Rebecca Foges, Fauna & Flora International’s Communications Officer, describes her unexpected encounters visiting an FFI project in the jungles of Borneo.
Dr Tony Whitten has recently joined Fauna & Flora International (FFI) after many years as Senior Biodiversity Specialist at the World Bank where his exploits are described in his popular blog.
Carolyn Causton offers her own perspective on fundraising for conservation.
Pippa Howard highlights a joint initiative to encourage cross-border environmental management in West Africa’s Nimba Mountains.
The project is part of Fauna & Flora International’s Business & Biodiversity Programme and is run in collaboration with in-country teams in Liberia, Cote D’Ivoire and Guinea, along with many other local, national and regional organisations.
Fauna & Flora International is set to receive a substantial donation of £200,000 from ICAP (the world’s premier interdealer broker and provider of post trade risk and information services).