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 Source : The Jakarta Post Author : Adianto P. Simamora, Jakarta While world leaders are yet to agree on much-discussed forestry carbon credits, KeeptheHabitat, an… Read more...
The next few months are absolutely pivotal for Call 3 of the Forests Now Declaration, "to include tropical forest and land use carbon credits in… Read more...
  A census of critically endangered western lowland gorillas has shown that populations are doing much better than anyone expected. The census found 125,000 of… Read more...

Eaten to extinction

6 August 2008
Eaten to extinction Half of the world's 634 species of primate now face extinction. Many are losing their homes through tropical forest clearance or ending… Read more...
  The IUCN Red List of primates makes grim reading, says Conservation International president  Russell Mittermeier. In this week's Green Room, he says the sooner… Read more...
Lewis Smith, Environment Reporter An initiative to help to stop orang-utans being driven into extinction has put the price of saving the apes at £568.48… Read more...
 NewScientist.com news service Matt Walker  Wild orangutans have been spotted using naturally occurring anti-inflammatory drugs. Four individuals have been seen rubbing a soothing balm onto… Read more...
Based at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Dr. Melfi is leading an international team of professionals working on primate welfare in zoos that has organised the… Read more...
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