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2015 Meeting Report

The second annual meeting of the ICOM NATHIST Wildlife Trafficking Working Group was hosted by the National Taiwan Museum on the 18th of October  2015, in association with the ICOM NATHIST annual conference. 193 more words

Biodiversity Conservation

Winter Birdwatch - Pictures from Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary

Last weekend, I was at Sultanpur bird sanctuary.

Holding true to its glory, it didn’t disappoint me. I spotted many flocks of birds, especially migratory birds who have settled in as refugees for the on-going spell of harsh winter in their lands. 62 more words


“We need to protect and conserve all forms of life” says MEHRD PS

THE Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MERHD) says that it’s imperative to protect and conserve all forms of life. 287 more words

Health In Harmony

Is addressing basic human needs the key to successful biodiversity conservation?

Health in Harmony, a Portland-based nonprofit founded in 2005, works in Indonesia to address human health and deforestation.   160 more words

Social-Ecological Seeds

Crime Museum in Washington DC hosts workshops on drones and the wildlife trade

The Crime Museum in Washington DC (which is sadly shortly going to close its doors) has hosted sell-out workshops this summer to show people how to make the kind of drones that protect wildlife from poachers… 218 more words

Biodiversity Conservation

Climate resilience and adaptation: raffia production in Makira Natural Park, north-east Madagascar

By Joseph J. Bailey (@josephjbailey), University of Nottingham, UK.

Support for women’s associations in Madagascar to enhance raffia production is also helping the conservation of biodiversity in the Makira Natural Park. 834 more words


Tribal alienation in an unequal India

The Boston Consulting Group’s 15th annual report, “Winning the Growth Game: Global Wealth 2015”, has received extensive coverage in the Indian media. The report comes on top of the Global Wealth Databook 2014 from Credit Suisse, which provides a much more accurate and comprehensive picture of the trends in global inequality. 14 more words