Biodiversity Project



Biodiversity Project Related

The Nevis Biodiversity Project:: Established in October 2007, this is very much an ongoing project and is being updated on an almost daily basis. Our priority is to start with endemic and endangered species of flora and fauna, however as the project progresses, we hope to create a comprehensive list of all terrestrial and marine life in and around Nevis. The site is maintained and updated regularly by The Biodiversity Team, a group of 6th Form students from Charlestown Secon

Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Project:: Aimed at helping the riparian states to produce a sustainable system for conserving the biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika into the foreseeable future.

Maryland Biodiversity Project (MBP):: Maryland Biodiversity Project (MBP) was started in June 2012 by Bill Hubick and Jim Brighton to thoroughly catalog the living things of Maryland. We have already cataloged over 9,000 species, including over 2,600 species with photographs contributed by more than 100 photographers. We are excited to collaborate with the many exceptional naturalists in and around Maryland in making this an indispensable resource for conservation and education.

Socotra Governance & Biodiversity Project:: Joint effort of the Government of Yemen and UNDP-GEF to conserve the globally important biodiversity of the Socotra archipelago.

Biodiversity BC:: Biodiversity BC and its initial mission to develop a biodiversity strategy grew out of the October 2004 announcement of a new partnership between government and non-government organizations (NGOs) called the B.C. Trust for Public Lands. The Trust's biodiversity conservation mandate includes securing and improving the management of private and public lands as well as developing a comprehensive, science-based biodiversity strategy for B.C. A Bio

Sustainable Use of Biodiversity:: At Canada's International Development Research Centre.

Biodiversity Conservation:: A discussion by Clive Hambler and Martin R. Speight about the current role of science in conservation.

Biodiversity Program:: The program conducts studies relating to biological diversity, systematics, evolution and ecology and is one of the five National Museum of Natural History research initiatives.

Essex Biodiversity:: Provides information on the species and habitats in the Essex Biodiversity Action Plan and invites members of the public to get involved in projects.

Exploring Biodiversity:: Online free and commercial courses about the science and politics of biodiversity.

  • New Additions: Organizations
Stephens Environmental Consulting
Environment New Mexico
Biodiversity BC
The Charity Ecosystem