Senior Research Assistant Lewis takes us on a deep dive into what constitutes effective conservation research, why it matters, and it's value to understanding biodiversity.
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Empowering women in community-based fisheries management in Madagascar
Observation of the natural re-colonisation of a littoral forest fragment by the Endangered red-collared brown lemur (Eulemur collaris) in southeast Madagascar
Palms on the Brink: Conservation Status of the Threatened Palms Dypsis saintelucei and Beccariophoenix madagascariensis in the Littoral Forests of Sainte Luce, Southeastern Madagascar
Rediscovery of the dragonfly Libellulosoma minutia Martin, 1907 in the littoral forests of southeast Madagascar
Financing and design innovation in rural domestic rainwater harvesting in Madagascar
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Talking about conservation, development and sustainability in Madagascar. All articles
Beth takes a look at the illustrated lobster fishery management handbook she helped to create, exploring the art of communication in the context of low literacy and limited resources.
As Phase I of Project Ala concludes, Beth takes a look at everything it achieved, what worked, and what is next for SEED's reforestation project in southeast Madagascar.