Indonesia Fire Haze Crisis: Webcast Episode 04

Indonesia Fire Haze Crisis: Webcast Episode 04

01st Dec 2015 Events, Media

Indonesia is one of the most richly biodiverse places on the planet, with countless species and others that have yet to be discovered. But fires that were set in June to clear land for agricultural development – which were whipped far beyond control by the El Nino meteorological conditions – turned an annual environmental concern into a global crisis. Nearly 120,000 fires have been counted so far, and the resulting haze spread across Southeast Asia. An estimated one-third of the remaining wild orangutans on Borneo were threatened by the fires, which destroyed 2 million hectares of forest land.

The Future of the Bornean Orangutan: Webcast Episode 02

The Future of the Bornean Orangutan: Webcast Episode 02

31st Aug 2015 Events, Media

Join us for a Google+ Hangout with the lead authors of the Borneo Report, Dr. Serge Wich and Dr. Johannes Refisch on the 3rd of September at 08:00-09:00 GMT. Joining the authors will be GRASP coordinator Doug Cress and Malaysian University graduate students.

Hangout with Jane Goodall

Hangout with Jane Goodall

10th Jul 2015 Events, Media

GRASP HANGOUT -Ask The Ape Expert: DR. Jane Goodall

Join us for a Google+ Hangout with Dr Jane Goodall  on the 15th of July at 13:00-14:00 GMT. Joining  Dr. Goodall will be renowned journalist Asha Tanna, GRASP coordinator Doug Cress and Nairobi University graduate students.

We’ll be discussing with Jane about her 55 years in conservation and her experience as a primatologist. The public will be welcome to participate by watching, asking questions, seeking  advice as well as joining the discussion live during the hangout.

Have a question for  Jane?

Where Can I Ask Jane Questions?
  • You can  ask questions on our Facebook page here
  • You can also leave your question on the comment section below

Event Details

Event Name: GRASP HANGOUT -Ask The Ape Expert: Jane Goodall featuring Asha Tanna

Event Date: 15/7/2015

Event Time: 13:00 – 14:00  GMT

Location:United Nation Environmental Program  (UNEP) Headquarters ,Nairobi Kenya

Guests: Dr. Jane Goodall, Asha Tanna , Doug Cress and Nairobi University graduate Students.

Moderator: Asha Tanna

Topic:  55 years of Ape Conservation

Event Hashtags: #ApeExpert #GRASPHANGOUT #JANEHANGOUT #AskJane


Who can join a Google Hangout?

  • Anyone can watch this Hangout!

How do I watch this Hangout?

  • We will be broadcasting live on this page
  • Go to our Youtube Chanel here
  • Come back to THIS page on the hangout day for a live video stream on the hangout
  • Can’t make it to the LIVE chat? No worries, come back to this page to watch the archived video.

What is a Google Hangout?

  • It’s simply a video chat
State of The Apes Book Launch

State of The Apes Book Launch

26th Jun 2014 Events, Media

Press Conference celebrating the launch of “State of the Apes: Extractive Industries and Ape Conservation,” at the 1st U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA) in the Media Center

From right: GRASP coordinator Doug Cress, UWA Executive Director, Dr. Andrew Seguya , Arcus Foundation Conservation Programme Director, Helga Rainer, African Wildlife Foundation Director of the African Ape Initiative, Jef Dupain, and Chief of the Post-Conflict and Disaster Management Branch of UNEP, Henrik Alexander Slotte. For more information on the book launch please visit

Stolen Apes Download

Stolen Apes Download

03rd Mar 2013 Media

Stolen Apes: The Illicit Trade in Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Bonobos and Orangutans(Download)


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