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Protected Area in Haiti to Conserve Critically Endangered Iguana
A small community in Haiti has taken a landmark step toward saving the last of the Critically Endangered Ricord’s iguana. 
Researchers discover 27 new species in remote mountains of Tanzania and Kenya
Exploration of the Eastern Arc Mountains reveals unmatched biodiversity and supports addition to UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
Patricia Zurita
August 7, 2014
A Message from the Executive Director
Patricia Zurita, executive director​, announces her departure from CEPF to take on the role of CEO for BirdLife International. She will stay with CEPF to help guide its leadership transition through December of this year.
June 4, 2014
Team of Conservationists, Biologists and Rock Climbers Wrap Successful Expedition to Mozambique’s Second Highest Mountain
An international team of entomologists and herpatologists gathered on the summit of Mt. Namuli, Mozambique on May 27 at the culmination of the Lost Mountain expedition.
May 22, 2014
New Funding to Tackle Biodiversity Crisis in Indo-Burma Hotspot
A new portfolio of grants to protect the highly threatened biodiversity of the Indo-Burma Region was announced by IUCN and the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) to mark International Biodiversity Day on May 22.

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