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Fauna & Flora International’s Director of Development & Communications, Chris Greenwood, thinks about Kyrgyzstan a lot. Here he illustrates some of those thoughts with photographs showing a glimpse of how beautiful the country really is.
Angela Hawdon, Corporate Partnership Manager in Fauna & Flora International’s Australia office, shares her thoughts on an exciting community project, deep in the heart of Borneo.
Dr Sverre Aarseth, life-long wildlife enthusiast, mountaineer, tiger admirer and now a proud supporter of Fauna & Flora International (FFI) blogs about a recent trip to Aceh, Indonesia.
Rachel Austin, Fauna & Flora International’s Marine Programme Manager, recently wrote an article for FFI’s Update publication on the Philippines programme. Here is the full version.
Angela Hawdon, Corporate Partnership Manager with Fauna & Flora International, blogs on her recent, very colourful visit to Kalimantan.
In the second part of his blog about hydro-electric dams in Cambodia, Dr Stephen Browne writes about his recent visit to the Stung Atay Dam construction site where he experiences first-hand the interrelated issues associated with hydro-electric dams in Cambodia.
Rob Harris, Fauna & Flora International’s Projects Officer for Asia-Pacific, on his recent sponsored bicycle ride, complete with his trademark fancy dress costume
Thalia Liokatis, Fauna & Flora International’s Programme Coordinator for the Democratic Republic of Congo, blogs about her recent return to her country of birth.
The numerous hydro-electric dams planned for the Cardamom Mountains have been troubling Fauna & Flora International in Cambodia for many years. A recent opportunity to visit the dam construction on the Stung Atay (the Atay River) allowed Dr Stephen Browne, Asia Pacific Senior Programme Manager to experience the multi-faceted issues first hand.