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  • 12/24/2020FZS in the media

    Chernobyl fears resurface as river dredging begins in exclusion zone (The Guardian)

    12/24/2020FZS in the media

    Chernobyl fears resurface as river dredging begins in exclusion zone (The Guardian)

    In July 2020, the dredging of the Pripyat began. This is part of constructing the 2,000km long E40 waterway linking the Baltic and Black seas, passing through Poland, Belarus and Ukraine. This goes against recommendations from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that the Chernobyl exclusion zone should remain undisturbed.

  • 12/20/2020Project update

    First bison calf born wild in 200 years

    12/20/2020Project update

    First bison calf born wild in 200 years

    After centuries of absence from FZS supported project: Fagaras Mountains in Romania, European bison have finally returned.

  • 11/15/2020Press release

    FZS joins the ‘Wildlife Conservation 20’

    11/15/2020Press release

    FZS joins the ‘Wildlife Conservation 20’

    FZS joins the ‘WC20’, which gathers 20 leading conservation groups ahead of G20 Leaders’ Summit. Act now to invest in nature or face biodiversity collapse and further pandemics, ‘Wildlife Conservation 20’ warns G20

  • 10/14/2020Blog

    From seed to tree

    10/14/2020Blog

    From seed to tree

    30 years ago, two young biologists embarked on a research project to study giant otters in Peru. The results of their work are felt even today, in surprising ways.

  • 07/29/2020Project update

    Protecting rescued orangutans from COVID-19

    07/29/2020Project update

    Protecting rescued orangutans from COVID-19

    The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we run our Jungle School. But creative solutions have allowed our orangutans to continue learning while staying healthy.

  • 04/18/2016Press release

    Surprising findings from research on saiga antelope mass die-off

    04/18/2016Press release

    Surprising findings from research on saiga antelope mass die-off

    Scientists agree, that a bacterium causing haemorrhagic septicaemia led to the tragic mass die-off of saiga antelopes during May 2015 in Kazakhstan.

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