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December 17, 2009
New Protected Areas Pave Way for Community and Ecosystem Stability
Armenia has established two new protected areas that will protect water resources and provide jobs.
December 2, 2009
Request for Proposals
NGOs are invited to apply to become our regional implementation team in the Caribbean Islands biodiversity hotspot.
November 17, 2009
Call for Proposals
Today, CEPF announced its second call for proposals in the Western Ghats.
November 17, 2009
Regional Team Opportunity in the Caribbean
CEPF intends to request proposals in early December to solicit applications for its regional implementation team for the Caribbean Islands biodiversity hotspot.
November 4, 2009
Growing Coffee and Selling Carbon - A Promising Innovation in Mexico's Sierra Madre de Chiapas
Producing while conserving is more than a catchy concept for farmers in Mexico.
Noviembre 4, 2009
Sembrar café y vender carbono: en Sierra Madre de Chiapas nace una interesante relación
Producir al mismo tiempo que se conserva es algo más que una frase atractiva para los agricultors en México.
October 28, 2009
Presidents Further Commitment to Peace Park
The presidents of Liberia and Sierra Leone recently further underlined their commitment to a Transboundary Peace Park Project to protect the Gola Rainforest.
October 23, 2009
New CEPF Funds Boost Madagascar Conservation
Believing that it is as important now as it has ever been to provide support to the people and biodiversity of Madagascar, CEPF recently launched new funding.
September 11, 2009
Residents Help Develop Strategy for Investment in the Caribbean
People from islands across the Caribbean gathered during recent months to help develop a CEPF investment strategy.
August 5, 2009
Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape Established
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo recently established the 120,457-hectare Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape on the island of Palawan.
July 21, 2009
Conservation Groups Help People of the Maya Forest Region Make Informed Choices on Roads
Preserving the vast wealth that is the Maya Forest, through careful, sustainable development and tourism is in the peoples’ best interest.
July 10, 2009
Gains for Wild Tigers
Wild tigers have gained ground recently — literally as well as politically. A partnership between the World Bank and the Smithsonian Institution will build capacity of officials in tiger range countries.
June 14, 2009
A Million Trees for Armenia
For two years, Armenia Tree Project worked with academic institutions, local communities and WWF to bring sustainable forestry concepts to the forefront in Armenia.
May 28, 2009
Gerard Hertel: Saving Forests from the Ground Up
From the time he was in high school, all Gerry Hertel ever wanted to do with his life was to be a forester.
May 20, 2009
Rare Primate Puts Spotlight on Mountains That Are Key Source of Water, Power
The Sanje mangabey helped put Tanzania’s Udzungwa Mountains on the biology research map in the 1980s.
May 20, 2009
Tanzania Journal: Day One
Julie Shaw reports on her trip to Tanzania for a recent workshop to help assess five years of Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund investment there.
April 24, 2009
Mexican Communities Occupy the Front Line in Preventing Forest Fires
The states of Chiapas and Campeche are home to some of the most important protected areas in Mexico.
Abril 24, 2009
Comunidades mexicanas aprenden a prevenir y controlar el fuego para proteger sus recursos
Los Estados de Chiapas y Campeche, en México, contienen algunas de las áreas protegidas.
March 31, 2009
Working With Communities
Improved health and livelihoods are the tools a group is offering communities to help avoid further forest loss in eastern Nepal.
March 12, 2009
Radio Tagging to Save the Gharials
The gharial, like other crocodiles, helps bring nutrients from the bottom of the riverbed to the surface.
February 23, 2009
Agrochemical Contamination in Belize's Maya Mountains a Risk to Amphibians and Humans
The organization Wildtracks is launching an ambitious project to assess the viability of and threats to amphibians.
23 de febrero, 2009
Contaminación por Agroquímicos en las Montañas Maya de Belice Pone en Riesgo a los Anfibios y a los Humanos
La ONG Wildtracks está lanzando un ambicioso proyecto para evaluar la viabilidad y las amenazas a los anfibios.
February 2, 2009
New Funds for Guinean Forests
Vital efforts to conserve the natural wealth in the Guinean Forests of West Africa will receive an additional $2.1 million in support from the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund.
January 12, 2009
Kenyan Community Reforestation Also Aids Taita Thrush
Hope sometimes arrives in very small packages, like the 10 Taita thrushes recently released in Chawia Forest in the Taita Hills of Kenya.
January 8, 2009
BirdLife in Indochina Leads Conservation Fund
BirdLife reports on the launch of a new investment program, its critical role and the first grants awarded.
January 8, 2009
Flight of the Great Hornbill
CEPF grant recipient Rohit Naniwadekar from the Nature Conservation Foundation shares a report about hornbill hunting in Arunachul Pradesh, India.
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