EDGE through the years
First Online Learning Course – “Understanding conservation”
Our online learning team launch their first online course “Understanding conservation“, which provides an introduction to conservation biology.
2013 Conservation Tools Training Course – Kenya
New fellows joined the EDGE team in Kenya, for a month-long training course on the skills needed to undertake their projects.
2013 Conservation Leadership Course
The 2012 cohort of EDGE Fellows attended a two week Conservation Leadership training course at ZSL, on scaling up their projects post-Fellowship.
First ever all-female marine patrol team formed
EDGE Fellow Sylvanna Antat forms the Seychelles first all-female marine patrol team.
Sir David Attenborough Highlights EDGE
Attenborough’s Ark (a Natural World Special) was screened on 9th Nov, featuring 7 EDGE species (out of 10), 3 EDGE Fellows, and the Dominican Hispaniolan solenodon project team.
A Cutting-EDGE Approach in Seychelles
A new project in the Seychelles is launched, focusing on multiple EDGE species: Seychelles sheath-tailed bat, sooglossid frogs, and five EDGE coral species.
2012 Conservation Tools Training Course – Kenya
New fellows joined the EDGE team in Kenya for a month-long training course on the skills needed to undertake their projects.
Action Plan for the Hispaniolan Solenodon
The solenodon project culminated in a stakeholder workshop to develop national conservation strategies for the Hispaniolan solenodon and hutia.
Coral Tree of Life Published
Danwei Huang’s paper on the Scleractinian (reef-building) coral tree of life produced the first Top 25 EDGE corals list.