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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.


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.

NEWSLETTERS

April 2012
The Society For Environmental Exploration Spring Newsletter

Issue 10 includes:

  • New biodiversity survey after our recent relocation in Cambodia
  • Recent project news from Costa Rica and Madagascar forest projects
  • Recent project news from our Madagascar, Fiji and Tanzania marine projects
  • Sam Lloyd continues to update us from our Tanzania savannah project
  • A collection of fantastic conservation articles from our Frontier science blog
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November 2011
The Society For Environmental Exploration Autumn Newsletter

Issue 9 includes:

  • Details of our recent publications
  • Information about our latest surveys in Costa Rica
  • News from our Madagascar Marine Research Programme
  • Sam Lloyd reports from Tanzania Savannah Research Programme
  • Exciting civet sightings in Cambodia
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October 2010
The Society For Environmental Exploration Autumn Newsletter

Issue 8 includes:

  • Frogs used as indicators of climate change in Costa Rica
  • Exciting sighting of the Fossa in the Madagascar camp
  • Information about our latest work in the Kilombero Valley, Tanzania
  • News from our Fiji Marine Research Programme
  • Reports from different projects around the world, including China and South Africa
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December 2009
The Society For Environmental Exploration Winter Newsletter

Issue 7 includes:

  • Frontier’s work on the exploited reefs of Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania
  • Our Fiji marine volunteers send their account of life on the project
  • Frontier’s rescue mission in Cambodia
  • Updates from the nudibranch survey on the Madagascar marine project
  • News from the Madagascar forest research programme’s new research site
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Summer 2009
The Society For Environmental Exploration Summer Newsletter

Issue 6 includes:

  • Rob Perryman reports back about the endangered fishing cat in Cambodia
  • Frontier Tanzania Savanna research project are awarded a Darwin Initiative grant
  • News from Mafia Island, with a total of six reefs being surveyed
  • Information about mangrove workshops with the locals in Fiji
  • Details of the many surveys being carried out on the Madagascar marine project
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Spring 2009
The Society For Environmental Exploration Spring Newsletter

Issue 5 includes:

  • Updates from Nicaraqua, research and results from the field.
  • News from the Tanzania Savanna project after relocating to south of the Kilombero River
  • Sightings of both humpback whale and whale shark on Mafia Island, Tanzania
  • Volunteers in Madagascar explore the relationship between mangroves and coral reefs
  • Reports of resident shark populations in Fiji on Frontier’s marine project
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Summer 2008
The Society For Environmental Exploration Summer Newsletter

Issue 4 includes:

  • Information from Cambodia about their Dragon Fish survey
  • Details of our recent publications
  • Results and findings from Kara Schroepfer, Principal Investigator on the Tanzania Savannah project
  • Reef surveys from the Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania
  • News from the Madagascar forest project after their camp relocation
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Summer 2007
The Society For Environmental Exploration Summer Newsletter

Issue 3 includes:

  • Information about newly discovered species
  • News from the PADI Project Aware-funded workshops from around the world
  • Details of our recent publications
  • Results from Nicaragua, as work has concentrated on several species of turtle
  • News of the local Fijian communities supporting the protection of marine resources
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Spring 2006
The Society For Environmental Exploration Spring Newsletter

Issue 2 includes:

  • News from the Darwin Initiative in Nicaragua
  • Information about Frontier’s collaboration with PADI Aware
  • Findings from Frontier’s Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund-funded project, Tanzania
  • Details of our recent publications
  • Surprising results from Cambodia as Frontier track elusive cats
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Summer 2005
The Society For Environmental Exploration Summer Newsletter

Issue 1 includes:

  • Project Updates: Nicaragua, Madagascar, Tanzania, Cambodia
  • Working with local communities: Training, qualifications & environmental education
  • London Headquarters’ News: Conferences, publications, news & career opportunities
  • Volunteer News: Conservation apprenticeships, field scholarships & life in the field
  • Details of our recent publications
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