Projects by Year

Projects by year

Rizwana Khanum


Chitral Gol National Park (CGNP) with an estimated area of 7750 hector (77.5 sq km) located on 35º50’N Latitude and 71º47’E Longitude. It is one of the alpine river catchments in the Hindukush Mountains with an elevation ranging from 1450 to 4979 m. The park area is out of the reach of Monsoon and receives 462 mm mean annual precipitation, principally in winter and spring.
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Abigail Serwaa Akoto Bawua


Tree-felling for fuelwood is a major contributor to northern Ghana rapidly turning into a ‘wasteland.’ Presently, desert advancement in northern Ghana alone stands at 0.8km per annum, resulting in the vegetation cover needed to support ecological diversity particularly in Upper East Region already fallen below threshold by 5%.
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Adiya Yadamsuren


GGSPA A is the biggest protected area in south-west Mongolia which is covering an area of 44.000 GGSPA A south borders with Mazongshan, Gansu province in China, act as significant biological for desert fauna.
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Adnan Zimić

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Agricultural surfaces occupy large territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) as they play an important role in the state economy. The most important fact, in the biological aspect, is that they represent a biotope for many animal species which are under constant anthropogenic pressures.
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Ahmad Samim Ayobi


Amphibians are the most threatened group of vertebrates with more than 32% species are threatened with extinction globally. Physiological constraints such as permeable skin, anamniotic eggs, and limited vagility have made this group particularly sensitive to rapid habitat changes.
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Ahmed Shawky


Dugong watching is one of main ecotourism conducted in Marsa Alam and increased to a remarkably extend. Also, it is important as a conservation tool of ecotourism since it educates people about the marine environment while informing them about the targeted species.
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Akash Verma


The Himalayan high altitude ecosystems are rich in resources for people to access, but are also prone to over-exploitation. Much like the passenger pigeon, who’s great abundance was its eventual downfall, the Himalayan forests are often considered to be endless providers for the local communities.
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Albert Chambichoga


The Wewe Catchment is one of the most extensive watersheds in southern Ghana which provides suitable habitats for diverse flora and fauna including the vulnerable West African Dwarf Crocodile (Osteolaemus tetraspis. The Catchment comprises communities including Ahensan, Knust, Kentinkrono, Ayiga and Ayeduase with the inhabitants benefiting from fish, fuel wood and medicinal plants.
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Alejandro Alberto Schaaf


Most of the forestland in the piedmont region of northwestern Argentina has been subject to extensive selective logging or transformed to agricultural fields. It is clearly evident that the conversion of natural forests into human land uses negatively affects the rich biodiversity associated with forest ecosystems.
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Alerick Pacay


This one-year-project targets to achieve some of the desired environmental outcomes based on the UNESCO Tbilisi Declaration on Environmental Education. This project will be held in the Guatemalan Caribbean. This area is part of the Mesoamerican Reef -MAR-, which is the second biggest barrier reef in the world.
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