EDGE Blog Home |Archive | January, 2012

Introducing EDGE Fellow Tran Quang Phuong

My name is Tran Quang Phuong and I have just started an EDGE Fellowship working on the Sunda pangolin. I am interested in the conservation of small carnivores and Asian pangolins in Vietnam and I have been working for the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program (CPCP) in Vietnam since 2005. The program is committed to […]

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Five Years on the EDGE!

Today is the fifth anniversary of the launch of the EDGE of Existence programme. Here we look back over some of the key moments in our history. After six expeditions into the wild, five species captured on camera for the first time, three species rediscovered, and one entirely new animal discovered, we’ve packed a lot into […]

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Conservation Expedition Grants

Conservation Expedition Grants

Applications for ZSL’s 2012 Erasmus Darwin Barlow Expedition grants open! The deadline for submitting applications to the Conservation Expeditions grants is 31 January 2012 The intention is to contribute funds for short field expeditions (maximum 3 months) that carry out surveys to gather information to address a field conservation question. The conservation question should focus on threatened […]

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2011 in Review

2011 in Review

Years seem to be going faster and faster for me, and my time here at EDGE has been no exception. The last year has seen lots of developments and some great achievements for the EDGE programme. If you have not followed us for long, or your memory does not work as well as it used […]

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