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Fauna & Flora International’s Asia Pacific Regional Programme Manager Dr Stephen Browne blogs about gibbon conservation, a recent visit to the International Primatological Society Congress in Japan and the publication of the Gibbon Journal.
Fauna & Flora International’s (FFI’s) Helen Nyul explains why it is vital for mining companies to address their dependencies and impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services, and FFI’s recommendations for how to go about it.
Fauna & Flora International’s (FFI’s) Business & Biodiversity Director Pippa Howard explains why she feels strongly that companies can and must play a fundamental role as agents of sustainable development.
Fauna & Flora International Australia’s Jody Gunn blogs about getting down to environmental business at the most recent Indigenous Forum…
Socheata Ke is the Research & Community Officer – Coastal & Marine Conservation Projects for Fauna & Flora International. Here she blogs on her recent trip to the UK which was both a chilly, yet warming experience…
Dr Tony Whitten, Fauna & Flora International’s Regional Director Asia Pacific, reflects on his first 100 days in office.
Gareth Goldthorpe, Fauna & Flora International’s Project Field Coordinator in Georgia blogs about how an eight-month old orphaned bear cub spotted near the Georgian Republic and South Ossetia administrative boundary rallied a group of NGOs to ensure his safe rescue.
Pippa Howard describes a recent trip to Namibia’s uranium mines, the challenges facing the team as they work with mining companies to improve their biodiversity management, and developing a strategic approach to Fauna & Flora International’s engagement with what many see as controversial corporations and development objectives.
Conservation Partnerships Manager for Fauna & Flora International in Australia, Jody Gunn celebrates a successful partnership, in the truest sense of the word.