25 December 2021
A Story of a Wildlife Corridor in the Sahyadri, and Its Peoples and Animals

by Narendra Patil

6 December 2021
$5 Million Bezos Earth Fund Investment Will Help Map and Conserve Some of Earth’s Most Important but Least Known Biodiversity Hotspots and Carbon Sinks

Modern Ghana

22 November 2021
Jordanian Farmers Expect Fall in Production Due to Drought, Pests
by Ephantus Mukundi
Olive OIl Times

5 November 2021
10 Nests of 'Near Threatened' Grey-headed Fish Eagle Recorded in Cambodia in October

by Orm Bunthoeurn
The Phnom Penh Post

2 November 2021
Back to the Future: Sustainable Management of Heritage Resources and Traditional Landscapes in Morocco
BirdLife International

1 November 2021
Ingrid Parchment is Caribbean Region’s Hotspot Hero

The Gleaner

7 October 2021
From Shanghai Knights to Gecko Life: The Jackie Chan Gecko Among 12 New Indian Species

by Liz Kimbrough

3 October 2021
Jackie Chan & GoT in Gecko Finds in Western Ghats

by Deepthi Sanjiv/TNN
The Times of India

30 September 2021
Minister Stresses Importance of Utilizing Scientific Knowledge to Preserve Biodiversity
by Gavriella

29 September 2021
‘Biodiversity Is The Way’ In This Chilean Vineyard

by Jill Barth

27 September 2021
Community Keen on Protector Role

by Voun Dara
The Phnom Penh Post

21 September 2021
WEST AFRICA: Call for Applications for the Sustainable Management of Guinean Forests
by Boris Ngounou

14 September 2021
PONT-CEPF Partnership for Conservation Effectiveness


9 September 2021
Sixty Endangered Bird Species Seen Flocking to Kingdom Wetland Areas

by Voun Dara
The Phnom Penh Post

6 September 2021
US$13.9 Million Grant to Support Biodiversity Conservation, Strengthen Caribbean Organisations

Jaimaica Observer

September 2021
Case Study: Território do Rio Urucuia Grande Sertão, Brazil 
[Portugese and English]
originally published by UNEP-WCMC 
ICCA Registry

3 August 2021
New Frog Species Named After DU Ex-VC

by Manash Pratim Gohain
The Times of India

2 August 2021
Newly Discovered Frog Species Named After Renowned Plant Geneticist

The Tribune

29 July 2021
Tools for the Conservation of South America

29 July 2021
Liberia: Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Forms Secretariat

by Lennart Dodoo
Front Page Africa

13 July 2021
Camera Trap Images Reveal that Tiny Nigeria Wildlife Sanctuary is a Haven for Rare Primates and Other Wildlife

Wildlife Conservation Society

2 July 2021
Nothing is Better Than Working with Engaged Local Members!

by Rania Khalil

8 June 2021
Libyan and Egyptian Conservationists Work Across Border to Save Critically Endangered Tortoise

by Enas Sarahneh
BirdLife International

8 June 2021
A Recipe for Sustainable Farming in Sulawesi

by Ari Kurniawati
BirdLife International

27 May 2021
Excavation for 20 Ponds in Stung Treng Wildlife Sanctuary Fiinished

by Nov Sivutha
The Phnom Penh Post

21 May 2021
Partnering to Save a Biodiversity Hotspot
Stanford Social Innovation Review

16 April 2021
5 Years of CEPF Funding


16 April 2021
FDA, FFI Host Two National Workshops For Pygmy Hippopotamus Conservation And Validation Of A Collaborative Management Plan for Sapo National Park

Daily Observer

15 April 2021
Indian Ocean Islands: $38 Million for Climate Resilience
L’Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

15 April 2021
Local Heroes Protecting the World's Biodiversity Hotspots


8 April 2021
Notes From the Field: From Fighting Fires to Cleaning Seas, Communities Stand up for Nature

by Kiley Price
Conservation International Blog

25 March 2021
Can ‘Slow Food’ Save Brazil’s Fast-Vanishing Cerrado Savanna?

by Sharon Guynup

22 March 2021
The Khengjang-Yangoulen Fish Conservation Zone: An ecological Initiative

by Fr Paul Lelen Haokip
The Sangai Express

24 February 2021
The Kalunga Digitally Map Traditional Lands to Save Cerrado Way of Life

by Thais Borges and Sue Branford

23 February 2021
“Securing Indigenous Guardianship of Vital Ecosystems:” Q&A with Nia Tero CEO Peter Seligmann

by Rhett A. Butler

23 February 2021
Supporting the Artisanal Fishers of Zembra

by Shuan Hurrell
BirdLife International

22 February 2021
Growing Hope for Plant Conservation in Palestine

by Enas Sarahneh
BirdLife International

18 February 2021
New Platform in Brazil Gathers Data on the Cerrado

by Clarissa Beretz

15 February 2021
Waterbird Census: More than 20 Species Recorded in Stung Sen Ramsar site

Khmer Times

14 February 2021
Fogo: Secondary Schools with Botanical Gardens Are Part of Project to Improve Knowledge of Endangered Species
Infor Press

9 February 2021
Women in Science: Meet the BirdLife Researchers Closing the Gender Gap

by Mireia Peris
BirdLife International

7 February 2021
Study Finds 2 New Flowering Plant Species in Seychelles

by Sharon Ernesta
Seychelles News Agency

29 January 2021
Biodiversity has Someone who Cares for It [Spanish]
Fundación CODESPA Blog

5 January 2021
The Challenge of the Century: to Restore and Protect Ecosystem Services Through Native Forest Restoration

Asociacion Armonía