|December 14, 2016Top 10 Articles of 2016
These are the CEPF stories that most piqued your interest over the past year.
October 10, 2016Bringing Paradise Back to a Toxic Island
On Karakelang, a small tropical island in Indonesia within the Wallacea biodiversity hotspot, local communities face multiple challenges resulting from the use of toxic pesticides, and they are waving a flag for help.
September 27, 2016Year of the Monkey: September 2016
As recently as 1990, it was thought that chimpanzees were the only nonhuman animal to use tools in the wild. Since then, however, the use of tools has been observed not only in monkeys.
August 26, 2016Year of the Monkey: August 2016
Tamarins and lion tamarins are a group of monkeys, and, like all animals, they provide vital contributions to the ecosystems where they live.
June 6, 2016Year Of The Monkey: June 2016
Conservation efforts in Ifrane — including projects by CEPF grantee L’AMEPN, which works to conserve the park’s biodiversity — have helped the Endangered Barbary macaque population thrive.
May 9, 2016Year of the Monkey: May 2016
With support from authorities, local people known as "Langur Guardians" help protect Cat Ba langurs. Some of these volunteers once hunted the species themselves; today they are ardent conservationists.
April 4, 2016Year of the Monkey: April 2016
The third post in "Year of the Monkey" monthly blog series. April spotlights the lion-tailed macaque in the Western Ghats Hotspot.
March 11, 2016Year of the Monkey: March 2016
The second post in "Year of the Monkey," a monthly blog series that showcases monkeys as flagship species for conservation.
February 8, 2016Year of the Monkey: February 2016
To celebrate the Year of the Monkey, CEPF's newest blog series showcases monkeys as flagship species for conservation in the biodiversity hotspots.