EDGE Blog Home |Archive | March, 2013

Introducing EDGE Fellow Shu Chen

Meet Shu Chen, one of our new EDGE Fellows working on the Chinese giant salamander in her native country of China. In this introductory blog, she describes her role in the conservation of this incredible amphibian. Living in China, I have always had a keen interest in wildlife conservation. I am currently working for the Institute […]

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EDGE Fellows celebrate International Women’s Day!

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we’d like to introduce one of our newest EDGE Fellows, Sylvanna Antat. Women from across the globe have been supported by the EDGE Fellow programme and they, like Sylvanna, are now spearheading conservation action for some of the world’s most neglected EDGE species. I remember that my childhood years […]

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Introducing EDGE Fellow Zhou Feng

My name is Zhou Feng and I come from Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, China. I am really looking forward to starting my EDGE Fellowship and helping to research and conserve Chinese giant salamanders (Andrias davidianus) – one of the EDGE of Existence programme’s highest priority amphibian species. Currently, I am working in a Sino-UK laboratory for […]

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Website diary – My Mongolian adventure

Drinking fermented horses milk, racing alongside camels and being deserted in the world’s fifth largest desert. It might not sound like everyone’s cup of tea but it was one of the most incredible 3 weeks of my life….. My name is Laura Laird and for the last 5 years I have been working for ZSL […]

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