ZSL EDGE of Existence and National Geographic Launch New Nat Geo Photo Ark EDGE Fellowships

For thousands of creatures living on Earth, time is running out. Although our planet’s wildlife and wild places are disappearing at an alarming rate, most threatened species still receive little or no conservation funding. To help save wildlife and sound the alarm for lesser-known species at risk, the EDGE of Existence programme at ZSL and […]

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EDGE Fellows descend on London for the EDGE Leadership Course!

Earlier this month our 2016 cohort of EDGE Fellows flew all the way to London, UK, to visit ZSL for their Conservation Leadership course. Their two year Fellowships have flown by, and now is the time to begin their journey as future conservation leaders in their countries. The Conservation Leadership course helps to give them […]

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10 years on the EDGE

10 years on the EDGE

This year marks 10 years since the EDGE of Existence programme was launched in 2007! Since then, we’re proud to have trained 68 EDGE Fellows, conserved 63 EDGE species, and undertaken conservation activities in 36 countries all round the world. Read more about our achievements over the last 10 years here, with conservation success stories […]

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EDGE Fellows come to London for Conservation Leadership course

This September, the EDGE of Existence team are looking forward to hosting 8 EDGE Fellows from our 2016 cohort. They will attend a two week Conservation Leadership course at ZSL to provide them with the necessary skills to scale up their projects following the end of their fellowship. They will learn conflict resolution, communication, fundraising […]

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Between a Thunderstorm and a Purple Frog!

Between a thunderstorm and a purple frog! Arun Kanagavel* and Sethu Parvathy Conservation Research Group, Kochi, Kerala Arun Kanagavel is a former EDGE fellow (2013) who worked on generating base-line information of the Critically Endangered Toad-skinned frog Sallywalkerana phrynoderma and enhancing its conservation in the Western Ghats of India. Sethu Parvathy led the social surveys […]

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