Supported Projects

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Restoring the wild population of Maire’s yew in Nepal
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

Yew species are key in biomedical terms. Their leaves are used in the production of taxol, a chemical used in cancer treatment. It is threatened by unsustainable and illegal harvesting....View Project

Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award
Community-based conservation of Critically Endangered vulture species in western Nepal
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

According to various research findings, the white-rumped vulture, slender-billed vulture and red-headed vulture have been declining in South Asia, including in Nepal, since the 1990s. All three species are categorized...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Saving the last giant squeaker frogs in Ghana
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

The Sui River Forest Reserve (SRFR) is the only known site for the Critically Endangered giant squeaker frog (Arthroleptis krokosua), which has now been lost from its type location, the...View Project

Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award
Protecting brown spider monkeys and their habitats in a biodiversity hotspot in Colombia
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

Brown spider monkeys are one the most endangered primates in the world mainly due to habitat destruction and hunting and aggravated by the absence of protected areas in the region....View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Action plan for amphibians in northeastern Colombia: ten years of monitoring and research
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

The northeast of Colombia is one of the least explored areas in terms of diversity and biological conservation of amphibians; however, since 2010, a continuous programme has been undertaken to...View Project

Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award
‘Helping the skimmer skim’- Establishing a conservation model for Indian skimmers
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The Indian skimmer is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List and this species has almost become extinct from many countries in its distribution range in South-east Asia. Present...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Protecting priority nesting sites for Craveri’s murrelet in Mexico
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

Through our previous CLP project, we assessed the conservation status of the Craveri’s murrelet in the Gulf of California, Mexico, and developed a conservation action plan to address its main...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Coral reef conservation in the largest Brazilian Marine Protected Area
Conservation Follow-up Award Invertebrate

Coral reefs are threatened by pressure from tourists, overfishing, pollution, and climate change. Due to this series of impacts, reefs have been dramatically reduced all around the world and up...View Project

Invertebrate
Conservation Follow-up Award Invertebrate
Conservation Follow-up Award
Ensuring harlequin toad conservation in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

Harlequin toads (Atelopus) are the most threatened group of amphibians in the world, with 81% of species classified as Endangered or Critically Endangered. Disease transmission by the Bd fungus and...View Project

Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award
Promoting sustainable fishing to conserve the last river dolphins in Nepal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

Reducing accidental entanglements and mortalities in fishing nets is one of the key challenges for ensuring the survival of the Ganges river dolphin population in the Karnali River, Nepal. This...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Recovering the Critically Endangered El Rincon stream frog in Patagonia, Argentina
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

With just a handful of isolated sub-populations remaining in the wild, the El Rincon stream frog (Pleurodema somuncurense) is the most critically endangered frog in Patagonia. The recent expansion of...View Project

Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award
Research and conservation of the velvet scoter in Georgia
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The Tabatskuri Lake in Georgia holds the last geographically isolated breeding population of velvet scoter ducks (Melanitta fusca, listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List) in the Caucasus. Our...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Transboundary conservation of horseshoe bats in the Romanian-Serbian Iron Gates
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

All five European horseshoe bat species are threatened by multiple factors (including direct roost disturbance) and have decreasing populations (IUCN, 2016). Méhely's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus mehelyi) is still vulnerable (Alcaldé...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Long-term conservation planning for endemic plant species in Egypt
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

Silene leucophylla, Micromeria serbaliana, Ballota kaiseri, Euphorbia obovate, and Hyoscyamus boveanus are endemic plants to the St Catherine Protected Area (SCPA) in southern Sinai, Egypt. The wild populations of S....View Project

Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award
Conservation of southern Amazonian marmosets in Brazil
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

The southern Amazonian marmosets encompass 14 species of primates from genera Mico and Callibella that are commonly known as "marmosets", and occur on south Amazon rainforest. Southern Amazonian Marmosets (SAM)...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Agrosilvopastoral systems: a win-win strategy for tropical Mexico
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

Worldwide, animal agriculture is the leading cause of habitat destruction, species extinction, and a large contributor to greenhouse emissions. Conversely, it represents the main economic activity of many rural communities....View Project

Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award
Promoting sustainable fishing in Sumbawa, Indonesia
Conservation Follow-up Award Invertebrate

Around 85% of the coral reefs in Indonesia are in poor condition. Sumbawa Island, Indonesia lies within the coral triangle. Most of the coral reef here has been destroyed by...View Project

Invertebrate
Conservation Follow-up Award Invertebrate
Conservation Follow-up Award
Conserving Angolan scarp forests: a holistic approach for Kumbira Forest
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The central escarpment forest in Angola, with Kumbira Forest as its key site, is one of the most important areas for biodiversity in the country especially for threatened endemic birds....View Project

Bird
Angolan scarp forest
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Reducing human-snow leopard conflict in upper Spiti Valley, India
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

Negative attitudes of pastoralists toward the endangered snow leopard erode tolerance and threaten its survival in many places across central Asia. In our CLP project, we identified drivers of negative...View Project

Mammal
Snow leopard
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Conserving livelihoods and Semnopithecus Ajax: Resolving conflicts around Khajiar-Kalatop Sanctuary
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

Human-primate conflict is a burning issue in Chamba, northern India, with 76 of the 244 surveyed sites reporting conflict with Chamba sacred langurs, otherwise known as Himalayan grey langurs (Semnopithecus...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal