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Why World Heritage Sites need stronger protection

With the annual UNESCO World Heritage Commission meeting coming to a close, Fauna & Flora International’s Pippa Howard reflects on the need for better conservation of these globally important, supposedly protected areas.

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Heritage in Danger

Posted on: 23.06.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Fauna & Flora International’s Asia Pacific Regional Director, Tony Whitten, blogs from the 35th World Heritage Committee meeting in Paris…

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Transylvania – the hidden wild treasure of the Carpathian Mountains

Posted on: 21.06.11 In: Eurasia, General

Paul Hotham, Fauna & Flora International’s Eurasia Regional Director, reveals the truth behind the myth of this beautiful region of Romania…

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The Garden of Eden?

Posted on: 15.06.11 In: Eurasia

Fauna & Flora International’s Director of Development & Communications, Dr Chris Greenwood, tried for an apple a day, but failed dismally, on a recent trip to Kyrgyzstan.

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River to Reef – exploring the Maya Golden Landscape in Belize

Posted on: 07.06.11 In: Americas, FFI US

Fauna & Flora International (FFI) US warmly welcome our new Technical Director, Adam Henson who’s only been with us for a few weeks, but he hit the ground running with a visit to Belize, to see our work with on-ground partner Ya’axché Conservation Trust (Ya’axché). Here Adam blogs about the experience, and shares some insider information on the exquisite Maya Golden Landscape…

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Learning to count snow leopards in Tajikistan

Posted on: 03.06.11 In: Eurasia

Alex Diment, FFI’s Capacity and Development Manager for Eurasia, blogs about a recent trip to the breathtakingly beautiful, yet often unexplored Tajikistan.

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A day in the life of Dr Stephen Browne

Posted on: 27.05.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

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.

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Why should biodiversity matter to mining companies?

Posted on: 25.05.11 In: Business & Biodiversity, General

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.

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Business must respond to biodiversity loss

Posted on: 18.05.11 In: Business & Biodiversity, General

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.

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Indigenous initiatives for a brighter environmental future

Posted on: 16.05.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Fauna & Flora International Australia’s Jody Gunn blogs about getting down to environmental business at the most recent Indigenous Forum…

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