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  • 06/29/2022FZS in the media

    Return of the big beast: in search of Romania’s wild bison – in pictures

    06/29/2022FZS in the media

    Return of the big beast: in search of Romania’s wild bison – in pictures

    After becoming extinct in the wild, European bison were reintroduced to Poland in 1954 and Romania in 2012. Photographer Alexander Turner went in search of Europe’s largest land mammal with rangers from Foundation Conservation Carpathia.

  • 04/29/2022FZS in the media

    Tusk Awards Winners: Where Are They Now (IV)

    04/29/2022FZS in the media

    Tusk Awards Winners: Where Are They Now (IV)

    In our latest installment, we spoke with Prince William Award winner, Rian Labuschagne, to see how his work has developed since 2017.

  • 02/01/2022FZS in the media

    Savannas are vital but overlooked carbon sinks

    02/01/2022FZS in the media

    Savannas are vital but overlooked carbon sinks

    Savannas, which cover an area of 20 million km2—more than the 17 million km2 covered by tropical forests (2)— are potentially more important carbon sinks than forests.

  • 01/24/2022FZS in the media

    Claire Lewis: Good news! Black rhinos and elephants are on the rise in Zambia

    01/24/2022FZS in the media

    Claire Lewis: Good news! Black rhinos and elephants are on the rise in Zambia

    FZS Technical Advisor in North Luangwa, Zambia, spoke about raising three children in the wilderness, how rhinos, elephants, lions and wild dogs recovered from poaching and more in this podcast by Nature Solutionaries.

  • 01/17/2022FZS in the media

    A New National Park for Polesia: Pushcha Radzivila

    01/17/2022FZS in the media

    A New National Park for Polesia: Pushcha Radzivila

    Polesia’s Pushcha Radzivila National Park secures better protection for wildlife and habitats, improves protected area connectivity, and brings sustainable development opportunities for local communities.

  • 08/09/2021FZS in the media

    Saiga antelopes bounce back after mass die-off

    08/09/2021FZS in the media

    Saiga antelopes bounce back after mass die-off

    In 2015 tragedy struck Kazakhstan’s saiga antelopes. A usually benign bacteria, made deadly by climatic changes, killed thousands of the animals. But now there’s a baby boom on the steppe.

  • 01/19/2021FZS in the media

    New partners for nature conservation in Peru’s Andes (dw.com)

    01/19/2021FZS in the media

    New partners for nature conservation in Peru’s Andes (dw.com)

    The Manu Biosphere Reserve in Peru is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. But the expansion of agriculture is causing forest loss. The Deutsche Welle documentary portraits our conservation work bringing people and nature back into harmony.

  • 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.

  • 07/26/2013FZS in the media

    The Wolf Mountains (Arolla film)

    07/26/2013FZS in the media

    The Wolf Mountains (Arolla film)

    One of Europe’s last remaining wilderness areas is located in the heart of the Carpathian Mountains. Bordering Poland, Slovakia, and Ukraine, the “Wolf Mountains” stretch across a wide area, providing a home for wolves, brown bears, Eurasian lynx, wild cats, European bison, and beaver.

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