Conservation of a Critically Endangered Endemic Killifish (Aphanius transgrediens) Living in a Sensitive and Invaded Habitat in TurkeyThe major aim of the project is to reveal biological properties and requirements of an endemic, endangered freshwater fish species, Aphanius transgrediens, in an invaded habitat. In accordance with these data, a captive breeding program will be carried out for conservation of this species.
Mobilize Communities Living near the River Alazani Riparian Forests and Prepare them to Assist Conservation of the Target AreaThe project proposal “Mobilize communities living near the River Alazani Riparian Forests and
prepare them to assist conservation of the target area” aim of the project is to support conservation of the Alazani Riparian forest by mobilizing local communities and help them to advocate related environmental problems for making decision persons. To create relevant conditions we will use trainings, round tables, meetings with governmental bodies. We will created documents and will establish the day of Protection Alazani Riparian Forests.
Rare Plant Conservation in Azerbaijan: Monitoring Threats and Education of Local CommunityThe overarching project goal is to conserve rare plant in Azerbaijan by facilitating the availability of quality science for making conservation decisions.
Reaching the Ecological Sustainability Within the Protected Area Yara-Majayara, Baracoa, CubaKarst is environmentally sensitive, provides important resources and supports one of the world’s most diverse, rare and endemic flora and fauna. In the present project we propose a careful management of the karst with a conscientious participation of local people in the protected area Yara-Majayara. The aims are to enhance the production of compost to decrease bat guano use; to diminish the contamination of karst in the area; to promote researches about ecological pesticides and agricultural well practices; to continue providing knowledge about karst fauna as well as to support communitarian environmental education and capacities for farmers and area technicians.
Capacity Building and Regional Expansion of Green FinsThis project aims to effect change within the diving industry and among local communities through the implementation of the Green Fins approach, a tool for supporting adoption and implementation of best practice for the protection of coral reefs.
The Wild Animals Do Not Want to be Pets: Sensitization and Education to Decrease the Traffic and Possession of Wild Animal as Pets in Santa Cruz, BoliviaThe aim of the project is to promote the knowledge and conservation of wildlife in the people of Santa Cruz, through an educational circuit “itinerant fair for the wildlife conservation” in parks, zoos and museums.
Conservation Awareness Campaign for Communities around the Agumatsa Wildlife Sanctuary in the Hohoe District of GhanaThis phase of the project is to continue to sustain conservation education and awareness in the Agumatsa Wildlife enclave through the use of an innovative Mobile Education Van (MEV).
Having implemented two years of this project the team members have gained the needed experience and understands the community dynamics to continue this project through a Mobile Education Van which is a departure from the usual classroom like lectures which is often boring for most communities.
The Continuation of the Wonegizi Youth Environmental Rights Awareness & Educational Training Program, Ziama Clan, Lofa County, LiberiaThis project aim to promote environmental rights education and training program amongst rural youths to increase their Knowledge, Change Altitude and Practice to conservation and protection their environment.
Community Conservation and Education along the Colombian Amazon Frontiers The project aims to extend the protection of ten key aquatic species and their habitat through community monitoring, education and management by 20 indigenous fishermen and educators.
Ecology and Conservation of the Antillean Manatee (Trichechus manatus manatus) on Timonha and Ubatuba Estuary The aim is to obtain the minimum number of manatees that inhabit the estuary and identify and correlate environmental variables and threats that most influence the distribution of the species.