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SONAM TASHI LAMA

Sonam, a resident of eastern Nepal, holds a masters degree in International Nature Conservation from both Lincoln University in New Zealand and Goettingen University in Germany. Mr. Lama has been involved in community-based red panda conservation in Nepal since 2006. As a Programme Coordinator at the Red Panda Network (RPN), he manages field programs in […]

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RAMESH RAI

Ramesh, a field coordinator, has been working in conservation since 2006. He has excellent skills in mobilizing and training community people. Ramesh manages 34 forest guardians of Taplejung district in eastern Nepal. These forest guardians collect field monitoring data essential in the conservation of the red panda. In his free time, Ramesh enjoys cooking meals […]

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DEEPENDRA SUNAR

Deependra has an undergraduate degree in Forestry. Soon after the completion of his undergraduate degree from the Institute of Forestry, in Pokhara Nepal, he started to work to conserve the red panda. Before that, he worked as a freelancer forester developing operational plans for community forests in Nepal. His responsibilities at Red Panda Network include […]

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PHINJU SHERPA

Phinju, a senior field technician at Red Panda Network (RPN) became a livestock herder at a tender age and herding cattle in red panda habitat which ultimately impacted the survival of the species. He was unaware of the ecological importance of the red panda. When he met Brian Williams (who later founded RPN) in 2001, […]

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Voices from the Rainforest: Samuel Ngueping, Rainforest Trust Conservation Fellow

Rainforest Trust projects thrive thanks to the important conservation work of people on the ground. Our Voices from the Rainforest series brings you news from our projects in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific — from the perspectives of those working in and for the rainforests. Using Social Media as a Conservation Tool Samuel […]

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JERÓNIMO VÁZQUEZ RAMÍREZ

Jerónimo is a plant ecologist and conservation biologist. He mainly works in temperate ecosystems in the high mountains of Mexico on topics such as ecosystem protection, restoration, forestry, agroforestry systems and information-based decision making. Since 2014, he has collaborated with Pronatura Veracruz A.C. where he is currently program coordinator.

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FLOR VÁZQUEZ CORZAS

Flor is a biologist passionate about herpetofauna (reptile and amphibian conservation). She is also interested in recovering natural habitats and mitigating climate change. She joined Pronatura Veracruz A.C.’s science and monitoring team in 2016. Flor develops different projects focusing on promoting the protection and sustainable use of natural resources. She also collaborates in the production […]

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New Reserve Safeguards Vital Landscape in Bolivia

This week, Rainforest Trust and partner Wildlife Conservation Society-Bolivia (WCS-Bolivia) established the Rhukanrhuka Municipal Reserve. The 2,123,749-acre reserve in the Beni region protects grasslands found in the transition area between the Sub-Andean and Llanos de Mojos Ecosystems. The Beni grasslands, an area twice the size of Portugal, is South America’s third largest savanna complex and […]

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Voices from the Rainforest: Hiralal Sardar, Rainforest Trust Conservation Guardian

Rainforest Trust projects thrive thanks to the important conservation work of people on the ground. Our Voices from the Rainforest series brings you news from our projects in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific — from the perspectives of those working in and for the rainforests. Protecting the Sanctuary He Calls Home Hiralal Sardar […]

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KIM SIMONS

After graduating from Virginia Tech with a degree in Accounting and passing the CPA exam, Kim spent the next 12 years traveling as a consultant implementing financial systems, streamlining business processes in advance of financial system implementations, and providing training on financial policies and procedures after those systems were implemented. Kim then spent the next […]