Project Palaka is the first ex-situ amphibian conservation program in the Philippines.
Instituto Curicaca is a Brazilian NGO that works for the conservation of nature, the appreciation of culture and the promotion of eco-development in Brazil.
Tropical Herping is an initiative striving to preserve tropical reptiles and amphibians through tourism, photography, research, and education.
Fundación Jocotoco is an Ecuadorian non-profit organisation whose mission is to protect the most threatened species and habitats, outside the governmental system of protected areas in Ecuador.
Herp Conservation Ghana (Herp-Ghana) is a registered non-governmental, non-profit organisation dedicated to amphibian and reptile conservation in Ghana.
The Coalition of Female Leaders for the Environment and Sustainable Development (CFLEDD) was established in 2011 as a platform to promote the effective participation of women in the sustainable management of natural resources in the Democratic Republic of Congo. CFLEDD has grown into a network which now has over 200 members, a mix of organisations [...]
Talarak Foundation Inc. works on the Philippine island of Negros to rescue, rehabilitate and protect threatened local species. Talarak focuses on species that are endemic to the Philippines (i.e. they are not found anywhere else) and that are globally assessed as Endangered or Critically Endangered. The name, “Talarak”, is the local name for the Rufous-headed [...]
FUNDAECO is one of the main conservation organizations in Guatemala, working to conserve biodiversity and promote sustainable community development through the participatory establishment and management of Protected Areas.
The IUCN Freshwater Plants Specialist Group (FPSG) is part of the Species Survival Commission, which pools the knowledge of more than 10,000 volunteer experts from around the world. The FPSG is a collaboration of more than 150 individuals from over 60 countries with a common interest in the conservation of wetland-dependent plant species. The FPSG’s [...]
The Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) is a global coalition of more than 200 organisations dedicated to advancing the forest, land and natural resource rights of Indigenous Peoples, local communities and rural women who rely on community-based tenure. We are working with RRI to support a pioneering analysis of local communities’ rights to water in [...]