Conservation of sea turtles in Côte d’Ivoire
CEM has been running a sea turtle conservation project in Côte d’Ivoire since 2010. Thanks to this project, poaching has virtually ceased in the Grand Bereby area, located in the Bas-Sassandra district.
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2018 - WCS
Farming for biodiversity with the Sustainable Rice Platform in Cambodia
The Bengal Florican populations are directly threatened by intensive rice production. WCS and SMP encourage local producers to use more environmentally friendly ...
2018 - Hutan
Artificial nest boxes to encourage the breeding of hornbills in Malaysia
Installation of artificial nest boxes to conserve wild hornbill populations in areas where the destruction of trees has made natural nesting impossible.
2017 - RFUK
ForestLink: Real-Time Community-based Monitoring and Alert system
This technology aims to improve Amazonian indigenous peoples’ capacities to protect their forests. It is built on indigenous people representative organisations’ ...
2017 - Conservation International
Conservation Agreements: Protecting nature and improving lives
To make biodiversity conservation a viable choice for communities through explicit agreements that provide tangible benefits in exchange for effective conservation ...
2017 - Blue Ventures/ZSL
Harnessing mobile technology to improve small-scale fisheries management
By empowering communities to conduct fisheries monitoring, this approach can capture data across vast distances, at low cost, in real time and stimulate an interest ...
2016 - Bring The Elephants Home
Beehive fences as a new human-elephant conflicts mitigation tool
Bee hives set up around agriculture plots allow to repulse elephants.
2016 - Awely
Testing of potentially alternative crops to verify attractiveness to elephants, Zambia
Some cultures would attract elephants less and will mitigate Human/Animals conflicts.