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10.05.2016

IUCN Save Our Species works to help Civil Society Organisations worldwide improve the long-term survival of threatened species and the communities who depend on them while coordinating their achievements for heightened collective impact. Sharing grantees’ stories, news and lessons learned is vital to our success catalysing a culture that protects and invests in species: the building block of our life-support system.

You can also find all articles published in our newsletter - A Call from the Wild - below.

  • 04.09.2012
    In celebration of International Vulture Awareness Day on Saturday 1 September, Ananya Mukherjee, Vulture Safe Zone coordinator at the RSPB explains how advocacy and awareness raising is helping to save vultures through an SOS supported project.
  • 31.08.2012
    One-fifth of the world’s invertebrates may be threatened with extinction according to ‘Spineless,’ a report published today by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), in conjunction with IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) and the...
  • 15.08.2012
     CEESP Member Antonio M Claparols provides this opinion piece for readers. As I write this the planet is being devastated by both droughts and floods.
In the United States the worse droughts and heat waves have caused
devastating effects on the...
  • 02.08.2012
    A story about an event organized by Yayasan Adudu Nantu Internasional (YANI) written by Mansur, a 9 year-old scout from Gorontalo, Indonesia  
  • 27.07.2012
    Running, jumping and diving is on everyone’s mind these days as the London 2012 Olympic Games kick off and the world watches the best human athletes compete. But humans aren’t the only ones that display incredible feats of athleticism–today IUCN...
  • 24.07.2012
    Continuing our series of Conservation Heroes blogs are Resit Akçakaya, Dr Alexine Keuroghlian and Grahame Webb, whose work focuses on aspects of conservation that are not normally considered to involve cute and cuddly species.
  • 23.07.2012
    IUCN officially launched the EU funded project to build Cambodia's resilience to climate change at a meeting in Koh Kong on August 11, 2011. This 4-year project will build the capacity of people and the ecosystems on which they depend to cope
  • 23.07.2012
    Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary (PKWS) is located in the Koh Kong province. PKWS, mainly compounded by small alluvial islands, supports one of the most undisturbed mangrove forests
  • 23.07.2012
    On February 28, 2012, speaking to students at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) in Phnom Penh, Prime Minister Hun Sen said “I need to send a message to all people in the whole Tonle Sap that there are no longer any fishing lots.” The...
  • 23.07.2012
    Fishery Communities, mostly depending on salt water fishing in Koh Kong Province, have voiced a deep concern over their inadequate livelihoods. They said that they have challenged with the difficulties, especially in the last 10 months this year

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