EDGE through the years
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
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.
2011 Conservation Tools Training Course – Nepal
New fellows joined the EDGE team in Nepal for a month-long training course on the skills needed to undertake their projects.
Rediscovery of Horton Plains Slender Loris
ZSL EDGE scientists reported the first close examination in 70 years of this slender loris subspecies - after more than 200 hours of surveys, and an online campaign by EDGE raised over £5,000 for a reforestation programme to help the loris populations recover.
Victory for EDGE Amphibians!
The government abandons plans to mine 7,000 hectares of land that is habitat for priority EDGE amphibian Archey's frog following public pressure.