Environment and Research

ARKive: Is the ultimate multimedia guide to the world’s endangered species. Explore and search for videos, photos and facts about the world’s endangered biodiversity.

Callicebus: The goal of this website is to collect and share data on the taxonomy and distribution of the Callicebusor titi monkeys.

Environment Job: A global portal for environmental jobs & resumes, listing hundreds of environmental jobs, and resumes of job seekers.

Fundacion Entropika/Entropika UK: A dedicated group of individuals from varying backgrounds, countries and cultures who are working together to make a difference in the Amazon Rainforest by collaborating closely with local indigenous people to implement sustainable conservation programmes through research, education, cooperation and commitment.

IUCN Primate Specialist Group Section for Human Primate Interactions: An inter-disciplinary collaboration to understand the human dimension of human-primate interactions.

Mongabay: A great resource. Provides news on conservation and the environment, with a focus on tropical forests and biodiversity.

Primate Info Net (PIN): Is a web resource designed to cover the broad field of primatology providing original content and links to resources about nonhuman primates in research, education and conservation.

Restore UK: was established in 2001 as a grant-making charity to invest in the protection and restoration of Britain’s natural habitat. This vision has since expanded to incorporate environmental and bio-diversity issues globally.

Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS): Conservation of the endemic Sumatran orangutan (pongo abelii) and its native habitat through: Promoting public awareness of, and participation in, conservation strategies for the Sumatran orangutan through campaigns, community education and global communication and collaboration with Indonesian conservationists in the establishment and running of the Orang-utan Information Centre, and assisting the Government-run Bohorok Orang-utan Centre in the care of ex-captive orang-utans.

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