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  • 07/05/2022Blog

    The leap of pathogens from animals to humans is getting easier

    07/05/2022Blog

    The leap of pathogens from animals to humans is getting easier

    Zoonoses are part of life on earth. But the destruction of biodiversity combined with climate change is affecting ecosystems worldwide. This could bring us even more pandemics in the future.

  • 10/29/2021Blog

    Dr. Christof Schenck awarded One World Medal

    10/29/2021Blog

    Dr. Christof Schenck awarded One World Medal

    On October 28, 2021, the German Development Minister, Dr. Gerd Müller, presented the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) One World Medal to FZS Executive Director Dr. Christof Schenck.

  • 03/12/2021Project update

    COVID-19 pandemic impacts on FZS supported sites

    03/12/2021Project update

    COVID-19 pandemic impacts on FZS supported sites

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused negative impacts to most places where FZS operates, but the crisis also provides valuable learnings and opportunities that could strengthen protected areas in the future.

  • 01/14/2021Project update

    Legacy Landscapes Fund promoted by Angela Merkel during the One Planet Summit

    01/14/2021Project update

    Legacy Landscapes Fund promoted by Angela Merkel during the One Planet Summit

    During the One Planet Summit, Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel stated that Germany will be contributing to protecting 30% of the planet’s land and sea using the ‘Legacy Landscapes Fund’, a joint initiative that includes FZS as one of the partner organizations.

  • 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

  • 07/14/2020Blog

    “We must make financing for protected areas more sustainable”

    07/14/2020Blog

    “We must make financing for protected areas more sustainable”

    The main source of income for many protected areas, tourism, has suddenly stopped because of COVID-19. But FZS Executive Director Dr. Christof Schenck is convinced there is a more sustainable way to make these places more financially secure.

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