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Fauna & Flora Int.
We are dedicated to protecting our planet's threatened wildlife and habitats.
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Fauna & Flora Int. 18h
“Shoaling fish over the Southern MesoAmerican reef in Utila, where we’re working with 5 amazing Honduran NGOs to conserve the Atlantida seascape of coral, mangroves, turtles and manatees by better connecting protected areas and people” - Dan Steadman, FFI marine conservationist.
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 17
During a survey, conducted by FFI and its partners in Cambodia’s first dedicated marine protected area, an incredibly rare sponge was recorded for the first time in the country!
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 16
Camera traps have provided us with intimate footage of rare Asian elephants living in Cambodia's Cardamom Mountains.
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Conservation Leaders May 16
A CLP-funded team w/ has fixed satellite tags to 7 thresher sharks, enabling them to gather vital data to support conservation work. Here is Bapak Sahlul, an Alor fisher, helping to release a tagged shark. Photo: Mark Erdmann/CI
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 15
All are threatened with , but Grauer's gorilla has moved alarmingly close to the brink, and we urgently need to reverse its decline:
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 15
FFI’s Josh Kempinski in discussion with on how FFI is thinking globally and acting locally to protect some of the world’s most primates in Vietnam. Listen here:
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Marine Plastics May 15
Excellent to see our Vice-President Sir David Attenborough at 's CEO Council yesterday, where he urged companies to take global responsibility for their products' end of life and to collaborate with NGOs .
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Henry Duffy May 14
Great to see widespread coverage of the new report by & partners, supported by Sir David Attenborough, which highlights the alarming impact of plastic waste on human health.
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall May 14
Staggering to read that up to one million people could be dying from mismanaged waste, including . We need gov & companies urgently working together to tackle this threat to communities & wildlife.
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Tearfund Action May 14
Brilliant to have Sir David Attenborough speaking at the 's CEO Council today about the importance of companies taking the lead in tackling plastic pollution
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Marine Plastics May 14
“Industries producing huge quantities of must have a sense of global responsibility to make sure that it’s not used unnecessarily & that when it has been used it can be dealt with” Vice-President Sir David Attenborough addresses report.
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 14
New report reveals for first time the interconnected effects of pollution on people and wildlife and proves there's in tackling this crisis. :
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 13
Find out how we are promoting smarter ways to mine in fragile forest landscapes...
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David Gill May 9
Climbing the heights of Kyzyl Unkur to monitor planted trees in the walnut forest. Neigh bother for the team in
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 9
We have helped launch 3 studies that shed new light on the impact of mining on and best practices to protect forests in mining areas.
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 9
Healthy are critical for people, economies and the planet. The shift to a low-carbon future will require a lot of minerals, many from forests. approaches can protect forests in mining areas.
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 9
Mining could affect 1/3 of the world’s remaining forests. But by understanding the relationship between mining, and people we can help not only minimise negative impacts but also make forests more resilient.
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Marine Plastics May 9
At our work is based on scientific evidence from renowned experts in their field. We'll be sharing more on this in our afternoon panel session on microplastics .
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 8
Replying to @Botanygeek
Love this gif! 💚
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Fauna & Flora Int. May 8
Happy Birthday to Sir David Attenborough, Vice-President and FFI member since 1959. He is an inspiration to us all! 🐯
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