In focus Wildlife

5 Dec 2018
More sustainable management of tropical wildlife is possible

News - 15 Nov 2018
Bhutan’s forest resources under pressure: Villagers adapt to change
Sustainable forest management helps preserve spiritual life, livelihoods
DG’s Column - 12 Nov 2018
From research to action to protect the Congo Basin forests
CIFOR director general visits FORETS’ project site in DRC
News - 2 Nov 2018
What can hunters tell us about wildlife loss?
New research demonstrates the value of local knowledge to understand defaunation
News - 24 Sep 2018
Taste for gorilla and chimp meat fuels illicit trade
Study reveals a chain from forest to city that includes hunters, drivers, traders and consumers
News - 18 May 2018
In ecotourism, trotting the globe to help protect it
How the travel industry can support economies and ecosystems in remote corners of the world
News - 17 May 2018
Ebola returns in area scientists predicted ‘highly favorable’ for outbreak
Biogeographical mapping is proving successful in detecting outbreak-prone regions for the deadly disease
News - 19 Apr 2018
Fishing with a new research method nets bountiful insights
To better understand fisheries, scientists applied a review method from the medical world – to deep results
News - 5 Mar 2018
How safe are our wildlife sanctuaries?
New research shows hunting is the most common threat to protected areas worldwide
Feature - 10 Aug 2017
Postcards from the field: Pangolin surprise
Researcher Lauren Coad received a surprise on her birthday – and it wasn't a cake