|Angola black-and-white colobus (Colobus angolensis palliatus) a key species in coastal forests|
Over the past years, this blog has been a very valuable communication tool. We have exchanged ideas on alternatives to charcoal with community groups in Uganda, created awareness on cetacean conservation in Kenya, published reports that have been used by organisations such as Birdlife International and WWF, and raised over USD 25,000 for various community based initiatives in coastal villages.
We are now making things even better. Our blogs will be fully integrated into our new website which will be live by the end of January and thus, we are moving. Blog posts will be directly accessible on gvi.co.uk and www.gviusa.com.
Other live news, updates and goings on are published on Facebook and from our twitter account. Some older stories can be found on the wildlifedirect blog which is no longer being updated.