Kateryna Konovalenko

Indirect Status Assessment of Siberian Grouse (Falcipennis falcipennis) in the Russian Far East

The project aims to study Siberian grouse habitat requirements in order to model current distribution of the species, estimate rates of habitat loss and provide a first guideline on species habitat protection for forest managers.

Alexander Varga

Diversity and Conservation of Ichneumon-Wasps Communities as Indicators of the Condition of the Natural Carpathian Forest Ecosystems, Ukraine

The project aims are: 1) to investigate Carpathian ichneumon-wasps fauna; 2) to increase public awareness concerning the importance of parasitic wasps for natural forest ecosystems; 3) to include some vulnerable ichneumon-wasp species under protection.

Marisol Hidalgo Cossio

Andean Forest Conservation and Small Mammals in Bolivia

The aim of our project is to increase awareness and conservation of the Andean forests of Bolivia and small mammals.

Dominic Malesa

Community Empowerment to Campaign against Mkuju River Uranium Project

This project aims to educate campaign and raise public awareness to local community leaders on the severe effects of mining uranium to people of Namtumbo District and to wildlife and forests of Selous Game Reserve which is a home to the world’s largest elephant population. This project campaigns that the project is abandoned or revised.

Mauricio Nunez-Regueiro

Are Payments for Ecosystem Services Protecting the Most Threatened Forest from Agricultural Expansion? Understanding Adverse Self-Selection in the Chaco

This project aims to asses if the national-level payments for ecosystem services program in Argentina is able to conserve the endangered Chaco forest.

Tomas Michel Rodriguez Cabrera

Ecology and Conservation of the Endemic Scorpion Genus Tityopsis in Native Forests of Western Cuba

This 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.

Agnes Sirima

Does Traditional Ecological Knowledge Contribute to Conservation of the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem?

The aim of the project is to assess the role of traditional ecological knowledge to conservation of Loliondo II Forest and its surrounding range lands.

Andrés Gabriel Palmerio

Study and Conservation of Bat Diversity in AICOM Osununú / Teyú Cuaré

This project is aimed to the study and conservation of bat species present in a Important Area for Conservation of Bats called Osununú/Teyú Cuaré

Rogers Makau

Enhancing Community Participation in Conservation of Mbooni Dry Land Hilltop Forests in Makueni County, Eastern Kenya

his project is aimed at improving forest conservation through enhanced capacity and conservation awareness among the community neighbouring Mbooni hilltop forests.

Tshewang Dorji

Seeking the Middle Path: Using Seedling Shelters to Permit Grazing in the Restoration and Conservation of Native Brown Oak Forests in Bhutan

To find a middle path where by grazing and regeneration of oak forests can be simultaneously incorporated without compromising the livelihood or conservation priorities.