Yearly Archives: 2012

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by Shanta Barley, Field Scientist, Madagascar When Ryan Walker, a biologist based at the Open University, and his team crawled on their hands and knees...

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by Shanta Barley, Field Scientist, Madagascar With 57 of the world's 131 species of chameleon, including the largest and the smallest, Madagascar has a monopoly...

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by Shanta Barley, Field Scientist, Madagascar What constitutes a duvet day for a Vezo shark fisherman? Not the threat of capsizing in seven metre waves,...

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by Jo Hudson, Science Intern, Blue Ventures Head Office Connecting Classrooms is the joint project between UNICEF and Blue Ventures, which will enhance our community-based conservation...

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“A dead whale? Washed up in Antsanaranasoa bay?” Within minutes, a mob of villagers, armed with axes and buckets, was sprinting through the spiny...

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The Velondriake Management Committee works hard to keep the community informed about its many conservation activities, and how these benefit the community. In September 2011,...

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By Casey Lewis, Blue Ventures volunteer, Belize I arrived in Sarteneja, Belize a little after 5pm - just in time to watch the sunset creep...

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Reporting from the Climate change, deforestation and the future of African rainforests conference, January 4-6, 2012, Oriel College, Oxford University, Oxford, UK by Trevor Jones,...