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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.
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.