NEWS ARTICLES

NEWS ARTICLES

29th May 2013
Neotropical River Otter Conservation Project

The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) features Frontier's research programme in the Osa Peninsula to contribute significant data to the lack of knowledge there is about this species.

Click here to view the article in the IOSF May e-update.


10th December 2012
Wildlife corridors vanishing in Tanzania pose threats to the survival of elephants

Conserving wildlife corridors is increasingly important for maintaining biodiversity within a population in times of unprecedented habitat fragmentation. Documenting connectivity loss, assessing root causes, and exploring restoration options are therefore priority conservation goals.

Click here to view the article on our blog Into the Wild.

Additionally, you can find out more about the research by viewing our peer reviewed report.

11th April 2012
Environmental Ambassadors of Mafia Island Heading to Sweden
for Volvo Adventure Awards 2012


Congratulations to the students from the Kitomondo Secondary School on Mafia Island who have been selected to represent Tanzania at the Volvo Adventure Awards for Young Environmental Leaders in Gothenburg, Sweden from June 1-6, 2012.

Click here to view the article on our blog Into the Wild.


14th February 2012
Frontier Cambodia confirm the first records of sun bears in Kulen-Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary

Congratulations to the Frontier Cambodia team who have confirmed the first records of sun bears in Kulen-Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary.

Click here to view the article on our blog Into the Wild.

Additionally, you can find out more about the research by viewing our peer reviewed report.

4th January 2012
Valuing the Arc – How to Put a Financial Value on an Ecosystem

Today we speak to Neil Burgess, Programme Coordinator of the ‘Valuing the Arc’ project, which aims to
attach a financial value to the ecosystem of the Eastern Arc Mountains in Tanzania, relying on data collected
by The Society for Environmental Exploration since it started in 1989.

Click here to view the article on our blog Into the Wild.

Additionally, you can find out more about the research by viewing our peer reviewed report.