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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…
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.
Fauna & Flora International’s Olivia Bailey describes her night-time adventures searching for bears in Romania while assisting with a conservation film project.
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…
“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).
For International Vulture Awareness Day, Fauna & Flora International’s Lizzie Duthie shares how, when she was working in South Africa, vultures captured her heart…
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.
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.
The journey of two film-makers to capture the work of Conservation Leadership Programme project teams in India.
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.