EDGE through the years
New population of granular salamander discovered
EDGE Hero Awardees Announced
The EDGE Heroes Award consists of £30,000 of funding over 2 years, enabling Affiliates to scale up their Fellowship project and put into practice the recommendations made in their Survival Blueprint.
Esteban Brenes Mora awarded UNESCO Young Scientist Award
Street artist Louis Masai paints EDGE murals at ZSL London Zoo
Louis Masai produces 6 stunning murals of EDGE species, to celebrate 10 years of the EDGE programme and to highlight the work that ZSL and EDGE is doing to protect them.
Project Planning – Online Learning Course Launched
Our online learning team launch the online course “Project Planning” for conservation projects.
New EDGE website goes online
The new EDGE website launches with updated features and a brand new look.
Fellows Tools Course to Costa Rica
The 2018 cohort of EDGE fellows take part in a training course in Costa Rica to aid in their two year conservation projects.
Fellows Tools Course To Madagascar
EDGE fellows take part in a training course in Madagascar to aid in their two year conservation projects.
2017 Conservation Leadership course
The 2016 cohort of EDGE Fellows attended a two week Conservation Leadership training course at ZSL, on scaling up their projects post-Fellowship.
Scientific expeditions – Online Learning Course Launched
Our online learning team launch the online course “Scientific expeditions“, on expedition planning.
EDGE Science Workshop
Reflecting on 10 years of EDGE, we held a scientific workshop to ensure our EDGE prioritisation methodology is based on cutting-edge science.
Ocean optimism – Online Learning Course Launched
Our online learning team launch the online course “Ocean optimism” on marine conservation.
10 Years on the EDGE
EDGE celebrates its 10th anniversary since it was first launched in 2007.
The First EDGE Expedition to Cuba!
The 2017 Erasmus Darwin Barlow EDGE expedition took place in the EDGE hotspot of Cuba.