Species on the Brink: One Voice for Stakeholder Engagement

Reversing the Decline in Species on the Brink of Extinction Asian Species Action Partnership (ASAP) is an interagency coalition to address the extinction risk among the most threatened non-marine vertebrates of Southeast Asia. Organizations within the international conservation community are joining forces to minimise impending extinctions in this area of the world, where habitat loss, tradeContinue reading “Species on the Brink: One Voice for Stakeholder Engagement”

Quick Response Biodiversity Fund (SEA): 2,500 hectares Rainforest protection in Leuser-Ecosystem

Acquiring High Priority Habitat to Protect Biodiversity 1% for the Planet and RESOLVE have partnered with the Weeden Foundation to create a fund for high priority habitat acquisitions for the purpose of protecting biodiversity. The Quick Response Biodiversity Fund (QRBF) was launched in February 2015. Check out an article about the QRBF in Mongabay. In 2016, QRBF Southeast Asia wasContinue reading “Quick Response Biodiversity Fund (SEA): 2,500 hectares Rainforest protection in Leuser-Ecosystem”

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Flatten the Curve (April, 2021)

*** LAST UPDATED: 2021, JUNE. THIS INITIATIVE IS CLOSED *** *** This disclaimer applies to this website. While we make every effort to make sure the information in this website is accurate and informative, the information does not take the place of professional or medical advice. Do not use our information: to diagnose, treat, cureContinue reading “Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Flatten the Curve (April, 2021)”

Biology of Ageing Conference

Discussing Biological Aspects of Ageing A*STAR, in cooperation with NUHS, hosted the scientific forum Biology of Ageing Conference – Senescence, Regulation and Intervention, from 22nd to 24th October 2015, in Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore. Singapore as well as most of industrialized countries are facing the grey tsunami. Research experts and leaders in the field discussedContinue reading “Biology of Ageing Conference”

Singapore Leaders of Tomorrow, 2016

The Singapore Leaders of Tomorrow (SLoT) Forum is the island city-state’s first inter-generational and inter-cultural leadership summit in biotechnology, where the nation’s leading minds in biotechnology converge and discuss about the ‘gaps’ in the biotech industry be it Research & innovation gap, Funding gap or Public Perception gap. It was held on October 19, 2016 at Fusionopolis,Continue reading “Singapore Leaders of Tomorrow, 2016”

Avian Evolution Laboratory

Evaluating Genomics of Avian Taxa *** This initiative/award is closed *** The Avian Evolution Laboratory at the National University of Singapore and Wildlife Reserves Singapore are collaborating on a project that aims to evaluate the genomics of select avian taxa currently threatened by the cage-bird trade. This conservation project implements the most urgently needed genomic protection measures over four species complexesContinue reading “Avian Evolution Laboratory”

Conservation Enterprise Development Program (CEPD), Myanmar, Cambodia, 2017

Supporting Sustainable Market-BasedConservation-Friendly Enterprises The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a science-based global conservation NGO protecting regions which are biologically outstanding and where the long-term conservation of species and ecological processes is viable. Within these regions, WCS’s Conservation Enterprise Development Program (CEDP) fosters and incubates promising new and existing enterprises and business concepts with the highest long-term potential forContinue reading “Conservation Enterprise Development Program (CEPD), Myanmar, Cambodia, 2017”

Primate Organizations

Encouraging Interorganizational Collaboration Primate survival and well-being has always been one of our key areas of interest. While working on various primate related initiatives and awards, we have compiled a list of different charities, NGOs and projects related to the cause. We decided to share this list on our website with the hope that itContinue reading “Primate Organizations”