How the chainsaw and rifle buyback will fit into our program

We’re launching a rifle and chainsaw buyback program inspired by the success of similar initiatives that have been proven effective in ... This blogpost starts by explaining the problems plaguing local communities. Skip to the middle of the article if you want to read how the rifle and chainsaw program will fit into our overall mission of empowering local communities, for example injecting some much needed financial resources.

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New Hope For One of the World’s Rarest Birds

Last time we shared how we build the foundations for our wildlife and environment conservation work, this time we’ll show you the exciting bits of what happens after. Read to join our Biodiversity Team on their latest field trip so you can see for yourself what working in the Borneo Rainforest is like and what it takes to protect an endangered species. Continue reading and we’ll explain some of the politics that make mass environmental destruction possible and what we’re doing to unravel the decades long legacies of poor policy to help the people of Indonesia re-write a brighter, more sustainable future.

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Our history with the Helmeted Hornbill and the birth of a baby

Hope is essential in conservation and nothing signifies hope more than the arrival of the newborn of a critically endangered species. It has been an 8 month journey to ensure the family of Helmeted Hornbill’s safety and with this chapter coming to an end we have some incredible stories to tell. But behind the excitement and good news is a lot of meetings, paperwork and strategising. This post takes a look at all the foundations we built to give the baby and its species a chance at life.

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Planet Indonesia is Scaling Up: Phase 1 of the Darwin Initiative

Earlier this year we received the Darwin grant from the UK government to expand our Coastal Programs. We’re already seeing enthusiastic responses from the coastal communities who are working with us. For the project, we have partnered with Oceanwise to ensure scientific and objective measurement of the impact of our programs in the area. To take an in-depth look at what we’re doing here, read on.

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