Capacity Building for Freshwater Ecosystem Conservation in Northeastern IndiaInstitutional capacity building in northeastern India to impart training in ecohydrology and GIS tools for the conservation of freshwater ecosystems.
Ecology and Conservation of the Endemic Scorpion Genus Tityopsis in Native Forests of Western CubaThis project aims to assess the ecology and conservation status of endemic scorpions and their habitats in western Cuba and to evaluate them as indicator of ecosystem health.
Identification and Conservation of Manta Rays in the Andaman IslandsThe Andaman Manta Ray project is the first to study the Manta Ray population of the Andaman Islands, located in the Bay of Bengal. Although manta rays have been observed in this region, no research has been conducted on this population, and this project aims to raise awareness about these manta rays and their conservation through research and education.
The Ecology and Distribution of Two Globally Range-Restricted Galliform Species in South Vietnam• The first aim of this study is to define the density and population of the Germain's Peacock - Pheasant and Orange-necked Partridge in Cat Tien National Park.
• The second aim is to determine the important ecological variables, affecting distribution of the species in Cat Tien National Park, allowing us to predict their landscape distribution across their range.
Conserving the Endangered Laguna-Raimunda Frog (Atelognathus reverberii), Endemic from Northern Patagonian Steppe, ArgentinaWe aim to assess the distributional range and conservation status of the entire population of Atelognathus reverberii and to perform conservation activities to promote its long lasting viability.
Strengthening Strategies and Actions for the Management and Conservation of the Whales and Dolphins Sanctuary (Uruguay)The aim is to promote the Sanctuary regulation which will be proposed with participation of the society, local communities and the private sector. These actions to put forward in the regulation will include environmental, socio-cultural and economic aspects focused on promoting the empowerment of key stakeholders in the medium and long term.
Fungi Biodiversity Study and its Conservation through Conservation Active Learning at the Ranomafana National ParkThis project contribute to improve the conservation training by active and scientific method and to tackle the lack of knowledge and research work on Fungi group at the rainyforest of Ranomafana.
Dry Tropical Forest Revegetation ProjectRestore endangered Dry Tropical Forest through revegetation of native tree species. Education workshops engage local communities in protecting this fragile ecosystem.
Public Access to Conservation Project at Juthour Arboretum: Ecopark in PalestineThis project aims to design and develop a walking trail, thereby providing visitor’s access to Juthour while maintaining the land as a protected space for biodiversity conservation.
Re-Wilding of Southern Ground-HornbillsThe Project aims to slow and the reverse the decline of the Southern Ground-Hornbill through a multi-pronged evidence-based approach of education, reintroduction, custodianship and artificial nests.