A ground-breaking conservation project began in 2000 to re-establish a wild breeding population of corncrakes back into the English countryside at the RSPB’s Nene Washes nature reserve. This film tells the roller coaster story of the first 10 years.
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Sadly now extinct in the wild, Kew Gardens has a programme to return the Easter Islanders’ national tree to its native habitat and visitors to the Palm House can see this beautiful tree for themselves.
A beautiful animation telling Mila’s story about how she’s helping to save tigers and raise the the issue of their plight as their natural habitat is being bulldozed to make way for palm oil. WWF has pledged by 2022 to help double the number of wild tigers (TX2), whose population today stands at only 3,200. Follow Mila on Twitter @milaredkani.
Excerpt from NWF 2008 Annual Report – Extraordinary partnerships can create meaningful change. NWF past board chair and leader in the minority environmental movement, Jerome Ringo, took a visit to meet one of NWF’s newest affiliates the Earth Conservation Corps, located just minutes from the nation’s Capital.
Biodiversity is life. Biodiversity is our life. 2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity. IUCN’s Countdown 2010 initiative encourages its partners to boost efforts in 2010.
Dr Igor Prokofyev is the director of PERESVET (Grassroots Alliance) and head of bio-monitoring at Bryansk University. Igor won the 2011 Whitley Award donated by The Garfield Weston Foundation for inspiring communities in Western Russia to take part in the country’s first ever conservation movement for bats and ensuring the region remains a world-relevant haven for them.
Ross Watson, the RSPB’s site manager at Abernethy, talks about his varied work at the reserve and gives his personal thoughts about living in such a dramatic environment.
CLIMATE TRACKERS is a European campaign to inform citizens about the effects of climate change on biodiversity, and to encourage them to reduce their impact on the climate.