Projects by Year

Projects by year

Adriaan Jacobus Olivier

Zimbabwe

Over the past 30 years, giraffe numbers have decreased by almost 40%, and currently population number are estimated to be around 110,000 in the wild.
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Adrián Ciprés Chavez

Mexico

The study sites are the Protected Natural Area (ANP) Arroyo Moreno in the municipalities of Boca del Río and Medellín, Veracruz (19°06´21.58´´N 96°07´04.06´´O), dominated by mangrove forest. This ANP is threatened by the urban development around it. The Mandinga Lagoon System (SLM) is in the municipality of Alvarado (19°03´08.97´´N 96° 04´44.20´´O).
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Alejandro Alberto Schaaf

Argentina

The Southern Yungas of Argentina are subtropical mountain forests and they are considered as biodiversity hotspots on a global scale. These forests are under constant anthropic threat, especially because of changes in land use caused by the substitution of native forests for forestry plantations.
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Alex Nehemia

Tanzania

Historically, Lake Nyasa and Ruhuhu River have been highly supporting the local communities along their shores line through fishery resources. However, from the 1980s, fish catch has been declining mainly due to overfishing and degradation of the catchments.
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Alix Frank Rodrigue Idohou

Benin

The biosphere reserve of Pendjari (North West Benin) is the first recognized biodiversity hotspot in West Africa (Africanparks.org). The ecosystem spans an area of 4,800 km2 and hold the last refuge of fauna in West Africa (Africanparks.org). Nevertheless, much of the species are often neglected in policy decisions and landscape strategies.
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Alona Prylutska

Ukraine

My project is the next step of the urban bat conservation strategy realized by our Bat Rehabilitation Center in Kharkiv to implement the best bat education, conservation and rehabilitation practices on Ukrainian-wide scale. In 2019 we moved thought a tipping point in public opinion about bats in Ukraine; all our public and media activities had changed the reputation of bats.
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Ana Maria Garcia Cegarra

Peru

Worldwide, whale-watching is an increasingly important tourism activity that provides economic benefits to local communities and brings conservation benefits to marine ecosystem as a tool rising conservation awareness. However, when not performed under regulated conduct code, whale-watching have negative effects on whale behaviour.
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Angwa Gwendoline

Cameroon

Globally ape population trends are decreasing, and estimates shows a 60% decrease in West Africa (Goodall, 2000). Approximately 300 western low land gorillas and 600 western chimpanzee lives in the Deng Deng National Park.
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Antonio Diego Alejandro Juárez Sánchez

Guatemala

Invasive species are a leading cause of freshwater fish extinctions and one of the primary threats to global biodiversity, only surpassed by habitat loss and degradation. Much of our understanding comes from North America, and very little is known about invasive species in Central America.
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Anuja Date

India

Forests of eastern Maharashtra (India) contiguous with the central Indian forest belt, constitute the major portion of dense forest cover in the state (48%). Gadchiroli District in Maharashtra is one of the first places in India where forest-dwelling communities have received community forest resource (CFR) rights under the landmark Forest Rights Act of 2006 [FRA].
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