No fewer than 25 different species of medium or large land mammals have been spotted by camera traps in sites we’re restoring with IPÊ in Pontal, Brazil.
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This clip and thousands more hours of forest sounds have been collected in our Pontal restoration areas, as well as in neighbouring forests and farmland, as part of our collaboration with Rainforest Connection.
Our restoration sites in Senegal had some very special visitors in August!
We’ve had some good rains in Desa’a this year, and planting is starting again.
This overhead photo, taken at the beginning of this year, clearly shows the results of our different experimental approaches in Tietê Forests.
This graphic says it all. The yellow line shows the boundary of Elpidio and Dagmar’s farm, which has a large fragment of forest still remaining.
Here, project manager Adamu is shown kicking off the first planting in the new Gewocha Forest project with a demonstration.
At higher levels of Earth’s atmosphere, ozone performs a protective role against harmful UV radiation from the sun. But did you know that increased concentrations of ozone at lower levels of the atmosphere act as a pollutant, posing a threat to human and animal health and plant growth, and contributing to climate change?
The Mount Mulanje project appeared on Malawi’s MBC News, the state’s biggest broadcaster, last week.
This drone video shows a mature Mulanje cedar, Malawi’s national tree, which is listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.