Projects by Year

Projects by year

Cintia Celsi

Argentina

The Pampean coastal ecosystems in Argentina extend along the Atlantic coast of Buenos Aires Province and are broadly characterized by wide beach-dune systems. Particular fauna and flora depend on Pampas coastal habitats, including endemic plant and animal species, migratory shore and grassland birds, and vulnerable species.
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Constanza Weinberger

Chile

Otaria flavescens is a common species in the Chilean coast. Currently, its extensive distribution and abundance produce conflicts with the fisheries, because they compete for the same resources. Due to the interference with fisheries, by mid last century the species was catalogue as "damaging" and was indiscriminately exploited until the species became almost extinct and began to be protected.
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Cristóbal Pizarro

Chile

As the most diverse and abundant vertebrates in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, coastal-marine birds are an important aspect of the biota of the subantarctic archipelago. This project will implement a long-term monitoring program to detect potential effects of global ecological change.
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Damodar Gaire

Nepal

Conservation Education and Communication (CEC) has always been an integral part of the biodiversity conservation. Therefore, we have intended to work among the indigenous people and students in Lamjung district where there has not been conducted any conservation related activities before. Some parts of Lamjung district are within the buffer zone of Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA).
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Daniel Renison

Argentina

Present day Mountain forests of Central Argentina represent less than 5 % of their previous extension and in some areas more than 90% of their biomass is composed of exotic invasive species. This has had drastic consequences in our water resources, wildlife, carbon storage and other ecological services.
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David Mirera

Kenya

Silvofishery is recognised as a powerful and practical engine of rural coastal economic growth and improved welfare for the poor inline with mangrove conservation and management. Despite its significance, silvofisheries has received less attention in Kenya.
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David Nkwanga

Uganda

The project intends to achieve its objectives through:

    1) Improving collaboration with tour operators to jointly map out ways of promoting pro-poor community tourism this to be implemented through dialogue meetings and joint planning workshops;
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Didem Ambarli

Turkey

Anatolian steppes have high conservation priority with hundreds of endemic and/or globally threatened plant, butterfly and bird species. Yet there is not any recognition of grassland as conservation target nor a measure or action to conserve its biodiversity. Grasslands have been under the threat of over-grazing and agricultural conversion to arable land for years.
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Dilip Chetry

India

The state of Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of Eastern Himalaya bio-diversity hotspot and thereby supports rich floral and faunal diversity. As many as 9 species of primate represent the primate community in the state. It is the only Indian state to have both Western and Eastern Hoolock gibbon.
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Diti Mookherjee

India

In this phase of the programme, which will be for eighteen months we will try to consolidate the school projects on biodiversity conservation of four Kolkata schools and try to initiate a process of withdrawal in the schools that have exhibited a degree of sustainability of the school projects.
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