GRASP Promotes Trans-Boundary Process in W. Africa

GRASP Promotes Trans-Boundary Process in W. Africa

28th Feb 2013 Press Releases

GRASP Promotes Trans-Boundary Process in W. Africa

A trans-boundary process to promote wildlife and habitat conservation in the Tai-Sapo Forest Complex between Libera and Cote d’Ivoire is back on track following a two-day steering committee meeting that was held March 20-21 in Abdijan.

The Tai-Sapo Forest Complex is home to numerous endangered species, including the Western chimpanzee, which numbers less than 1,000 in that landscape.

Delegates crafted a vision statement that emphasized “conservation of biodiversity and participatory sustainable management of natural resources” while ensuring the “well-being” of local communities.

GRASP Ian Redmond Award Targets National Commitment

GRASP Ian Redmond Award Targets National Commitment

25th Feb 2013 Competitions, Press Releases

The Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP) today launched the GRASP – Ian Redmond Conservation Award, seeking to inspire a new wave of Africans and Asians dedicated to the long-term survival of great apes and their habitat.

The award was introduced at the CITES XVI Convention in Bangkok, Thailand.

The GRASP-Ian Redmond Conservation Award is designed to encourage innovation, inspire leadership, and offer hope in the field of great ape conservation in Africa and Asia. One winner from each continent will be chosen on a biennial basis, and each will receive USD 11,000 and a plaque. 

The current deadline for applications is September 1, 2013.

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