Projects by Year

Projects by year

Daniela Alejandra Rátiva Gaona

Colombia

The Ranchería River is the most important river of La Guajira, Colombia. It is river is endangered because has two big project that affect it negative. El Cerrejón, that is an open pit coal mine that has been operating since 1985 with current extraction area is 69,000 hectares and its daily extraction reaches 108 tons of coal.
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Daphawan Khamcha

Thailand

Giant Nuthatch (Sitta magna) is a globally endangered species. However, it is poorly known globally and has received little attention, particularly regarding habitat management. Therefore, conducting this project will be an excellent opportunity to engage in conservation work that will likely directly benefit a globally endangered species. This project will focus mainly in Thailand.
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Dawa Yoezer

Bhutan

The Gangey-Phobji wetland was declared as Ramsar site in 2014 for having high biological diversity, particularly for its flagship species, the black-necked crane (BNC), Grus nigricollis. The BNC is listed as “vulnerable” under the IUCN Red List, and the Gangtey-Phobji wetland is its largest wintering habitat in Bhutan.
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Dayene Santiago Mendes

Brazil

As plastic debris in marine areas originates mainly from terrestrial areas, coastal environments are particularly affected by its deposition. Pneumatophore roots are considered the main responsible for the retention of plastic residue in the mangroves. Crabs, in turn, are a dominant and relevant faunal component due to their key role in keeping mangrove forests healthy and resilient.
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Deogratias Lihepanyama

Tanzania

This project intends to conserve wildlife species particularly the lesser flamingos (Phoeniconaias minor) and their feeding habitat, which is the Momella lakes ecosystem that is suspected to suffer from effects related to human encroachment.
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Dereje Yazezew Mammo

Ethiopia

It has been agreed that biodiversity is the base for essential environmental services upon which life on Earth depends and improve human well-being. However, human-wildlife conflicts (HWCs) are predicted to increase globally and pose a challenge for conservation managers. HWC occurs in several different contexts and spans a range of animal taxonomic groups and countries.
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Diana Marcela Carrillo Ruiz

Mexico

Mangroves are one of the most vulnerable ecosystems worldwide, due to anthropogenic activities related with deforestation, land use change and tourism. Degradation of this coastal ecosystem is increasing at alarming rate and this could generate an important reduction in provisioning ecosystem services like coastal protection and habitat for numerous species.
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Diane Gendron

Mexico

While the blue whales in the Loreto Bay National Park (LBNP) are subject to whale watching (WW) activity, which is done with the least possible impact through the passive method, a decrease in the whales’ body condition has been consistently observed since 2015. This is a subject of concern to all park users.
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Diego Armijos Ojeda

Ecuador

The project studies the factors that influence the amphibian community composition in the Pacific Seasonally Dry Forests from Ecuador. This type of habitat is currently one of the most endangered worldwide, and a particularly challenging environment for amphibians living here.
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Dimitrija Savić-Zdravković

Serbia

Continuing the work from the project supported by the 1st grant (No 24565-1), this project aims at bridging the gaps between people and nature as well as people between themselves.
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