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  • 09/30/2021Press release

    Peace on hold in the Colombian Amazon

    09/30/2021Press release

    Peace on hold in the Colombian Amazon

    New in-depth study identifies worsening spiral of environmental destruction and violence since 2016 peace treaty between government and FARC.

  • 06/28/2021Press release

    Nsumbu Tanganyika Conservation Programme Completes First Major Wildlife Translocation to Nsumbu National Park

    06/28/2021Press release

    Nsumbu Tanganyika Conservation Programme Completes First Major Wildlife Translocation to Nsumbu National Park

    Nsumbu National Park has welcomed 200 buffalos and 48 zebras in a move which represents a historic milestone in the recovery of the Nsumbu Mweru Ecosystem.

  • 05/07/2021Press release

    Launch of First Global Initiative to Map Ungulate Migrations Comes at Crucial Time for Kazakhstan’s Saiga Antelope

    05/07/2021Press release

    Launch of First Global Initiative to Map Ungulate Migrations Comes at Crucial Time for Kazakhstan’s Saiga Antelope

    An international team of 92 scientists and conservationists has joined forces to create the first-ever global atlas of ungulate migrations. Detailed maps of the herds’ seasonal movements will help governments, indigenous people and local communities, and wildlife managers to identify current and emerging threats to migrations and guide their protection.

  • 04/30/2021Press release

    Peruvian president visits Manu Biosphere to sign conservation agreement

    04/30/2021Press release

    Peruvian president visits Manu Biosphere to sign conservation agreement

    The Peruvian President, Francisco Sagasti, accompanied by the Minister of Environment, Gabriel Quijandría, and a large delegation visited the Manu Biosphere Reserve to seal a conservation agreement between the communities, the state, and a private enterprise.

  • 04/28/2021Press release

    The Guardians of the Rainforest

    04/28/2021Press release

    The Guardians of the Rainforest

    Four remarkable personalities who have dedicated themselves to protecting the Amazon rainforest will be honored with the Frankfurt Conservation Awards 2021 on April 28th. They are all crucial FZS partners.

  • 03/12/2021Press release

    FZS report: COVID-19 Impacts on conservation projects and protected areas

    03/12/2021Press release

    FZS report: COVID-19 Impacts on conservation projects and protected areas

    An insight into the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic experienced by Frankfurt Zoological Society projects and supported protected areas between March 2020 and September 2020.

  • 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

  • 04/22/2020Press release

    Planned E40 waterway could pose increased radiation risk for millions of people

    04/22/2020Press release

    Planned E40 waterway could pose increased radiation risk for millions of people

    Expert analysis of radioactivity released today undermines entire E40 project.

  • 01/11/2020Press release

    Results of the Selous – Mikumi Ecosystem Aerial Wildlife Census Announced

    01/11/2020Press release

    Results of the Selous – Mikumi Ecosystem Aerial Wildlife Census Announced

    Joint press release by the Tanzania Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism and Frankfurt Zoological Society.

  • 03/28/2019Press release

    Humans Putting the Squeeze on the Serengeti Ecosystem

    03/28/2019Press release

    Humans Putting the Squeeze on the Serengeti Ecosystem

    A new scientific publication shows that even huge protected areas are not immune to what happens outside their borders.

  • 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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