Projects by Year

Projects by year

Abigail Serwaa Akoto Bawua

Ghana

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

Mongolia

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

Argentina

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

Guatemala

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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Alfred Houngnon

Benin

Since millennia, West African ecosystems have experienced a long history of climate change and human occupation with bush fire use. Accordingly, Benin's vegetation is suspected to have derived from the late Holocene dry period that triggered the fragmentation of the continuous rain forest block.
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Alfredo García González

Numerous plants species have found refuge in coffee plantations, and frequently these plantations function as biological corridors between the few remaining patches of natural forest.
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Amanda Pricella Putri

Indonesia

The jellyfish lake is a “a landlocked islands of sea and filled with a massive population of the golden-jellyfish Mastigias papua and the moonjelly Aurelia aurita” (Becking, 2016). Only 13 gold-jellyfish lakes are known worldwide, and those lakes are located in Palau, Vietnam and Indonesia. Four of these lakes were recently discovered in Misool, Raja Ampat.
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Ana Golubović

Serbia

The European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis) and Hermann’s tortoise (Testudo hermanni) are widely distributed in Serbia, protected by both national and international legislative.
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Anand Osuri

India

This project will be conducted in the Anamalai hills, one of the most significant conservation areas within the Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot in southern India. The main focus is on the Valparai plateau (10.30° N, 76.95° E): a 220 km² landscape with tea and coffee plantations and over 45 tropical rainforest fragments (1 ha – 300 ha).
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Andrea Borbon

Colombia

The Andean Bear is an endemic species of the tropical Andes and is catalogued as Vulnerable by the IUCN. The populations are under strong pressure by habitat degradation and illegal hunting. This species has an important role as seed disperser and as an umbrella species. Human-bear conflict and habitat degradation have caused the decrease of Andean bear populations.
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