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plastic nurdle found on a beach in North Norfolk, UK. © Ed Marshall

plastic nurdle found on a beach in North Norfolk, UK. © Ed Marshall

Explained

Insightful guides and explainers on the issues, landscapes, seascapes and species we work with.

Our work with Small Island Developing States
Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines. © Jacob Bock / Fauna & Flora
Explained

Our work with Small Island Developing States

Learn about the unique set of challenges faced by small island nations and how Fauna & Flora is helping to tackle them.
Why conservation must be in local hands
Sergeant Major, Elizabeth Gasi. Southern National Park rangers' post, South Sudan. © Fauna & Flora
Explained

Why conservation must be in local hands

An estimated 80% of the world’s remaining biodiversity is currently protected by Indigenous Peoples. Their ancestral kno...