Evaluating Threats and its Impact on the Current Distribution of Golden Langur in BhutanThis projects aims to (1) assess the current distribution of golden langur in Bhutan with respect to its distribution reported in the past and (2) evaluate the retrospective changes in their population size due to developmental activities taking place within its habitat.
Spot the Leopard Shark – Thailand: Community-Based Photo-Identification Monitoring Program for Leopard Sharks Stegostoma fasciatum in ThailandThis project aims to use photographs of leopard sharks taken by tourist and local divers in Thai waters to obtain baseline population data for this endangered species. Simultaneously, this ‘citizen science’ approach will promote conservation through education about this species as well as the importance of marine reserve habitats.
Geospatial Modelling to Assess Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) Habitat Suitability, Migratory Routes and Human Elephant Interface in Eastern NepalThe project has two aims:
i. To assess the current habitat status, habitat suitability& migratory routes of wild elephants of eastern Nepal
ii. To assess and map out the human elephant interface in Eastern Nepal
Distribution and Population Status of Paris polyphylla Sm. and its Conservation Challenges in Api-Nampa Conservation Area, NepalThe major aim of this work is to support fulfilling the policy-practice gap for onsite conservation and sustainable management of Paris polyphylla by accessing population biology, spatial distribution and abundance, existing threats and awareness and understanding of local stakeholders.
Capacity Enhancement for Better Snow Leopard Conservation and Monitoring in Central AsiaThe aim of this project is to hold an in-depth training to build local capacity for snow leopard conservation and monitoring. My goal is to equip snow leopard conservation practitioners in Mongolia with the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to effectively conserve the species and monitor conservation programs as well as biological populations.
Coral Reef Conservation on the World’s Largest Atoll, KiritimatiI will conduct the 4th year of coupled socioeconomic-ecological monitoring aimed at understanding how climate change and fishing affect Kiritimati’s reef health and human welfare
Promotion of Alternative Energy for Conservation of Forest ResourcesThrough installation of ICS and assessment of the environmental change the project aims to assess the effectiveness of improved cooking stoves on forest conservation and livelihood improvement of the buffer zone community.
Community Forest Management, Restoration and Conservation Education in Desa Ban, Bali, IndonesiaThis initiative will engage small villages in East Bali to identify existing conservation values, and build on those values through education and outreach to help preserve adjacent government lands and restore the watershed.
Agroforestry Promotion for Livelihood Enhancement and Biodiversity Conservation (Pilot Project in the Panchase Protected Forest Area in Kaski District) The aim of project is to promote awareness of agro-forestry practices in farm, degraded and unused land and to make people accept the Agroforestry Practices for livelihood improvement and biodiversity conservation.
Developing of Ex situ-Biodiversity Project and Ecosystem Services Education for Islamic Boarding School in West Java, IndonesiaThe Project seeks to illustrate how Pesantren (or Islamic Boarding Schools) can preserve the environment and uphold biodiversity principles by building upon the work of the initial project.