GRASP publications are peer-reviewed reports presenting the latest science surrounding great apes conservation, along with political and technical advice for decision-makers and other actors, especially in range states.

The conservation community should collaborate more closely than ever with oil palm developers if a global sustainable strategy is to be achieved and great apes and their fragile ecosystems are to be saved. Palm Oil Paradox: Sustainable Solutions to Save the Great Apes is the result of a two-year study of palm oil development in Southeast Asia, and the steps required to ensure that the loss of biodiversity that occurred in that region is not repeated as the crop expands into Africa.

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Ebola has claimed almost 12000 human lives, but it has also decimated great ape populations. What are the best strategies for approaching zoonotic diseases like Ebola to keep both humans and great apes safe?

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Over 80 percent of the orangutan’s remaining habitat in Borneo could be lost by the year 2080 if the island’s current land-use policies remain intact, according to a new United Nations report.

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