14 Nov 2012
Les chasseurs, les commerçants, les scientifiques et les écologistes ont tous une vue différente de la viande de brousse. Mais ils sont d'accord sur une chose - les animaux sont en train de disparaître.
Pour plus d'histoires du Bassin du Congo, visitez le site http://blog.cifor.org/congo_fr
04 Oct 2012
Interview with CIFOR Principal Scientist, Terry Sunderland talks about why it is important to protect biodiversity. Among his topics are climatic change in different environments, such as montane environments and the impact it has on species, in particular, endemic and rare species.
12 Dec 2011
Helen Gichohi, President of the African Wildlife Foundation, gives her keynote address at the opening plenary of Forest Day 5 on the sidelines of the UNFCCC COP17 in Durban, South Africa. She presents on the valuable services Africa's forest resources provide, and gives three examples of how forest conservation can support sustainable development projects.
20 Apr 2011
The efforts of a project by CIFOR and local NGO Riak Bumi funded by the Great Ape Conservation Fund and the US Fish and Wildlife Service in the Danau Sentarum National Park in West Kalimantan, aims at raising conservation awareness and provide policy research to significantly reduce the current rate of deforestation and land conversion and secure long-term protection for the remaining orangutan population. The project -- spanning 3 years -- incorporates local communities, governments as well as the National Park Authority to educate the local people and government personnel.
14 Oct 2010
WWF Indonesia - A video trap of a Sumatran tiger in Logas, Bukit Batabuh, Riau, Indonesia.