An update about the latest at AERF - new project developments, new partners, new accolades and more
Our work is a collaborative with numerous determined helping hands. We are ever grateful to them
Acres under conservation agreement
Sightings of 18 mammal species across 11 sites.
Kilograms of Haritaki and Bibhitaki fruits sustainably harvested
Beneficiaries added to our access and benefit sharing programmes
Biodiversity Management Committees established
Key biodiversity areas mapped and surveyed
AERF team as awardees of the prestigious Conservation Leadership Award will test various approaches to enhance the sustainability of conservation agreements in 2 important bird areas (IBAs) in the North Western Ghats. Read more about the project here.
AERF is now working with Credit Suisse- a major international bank through a 3 year project to promote green entrepreneurship for biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation in the Northern Western Ghats. Read more about the project here.
AERF forged a partnership with Daikin Industries, Japan for saving private forests in the North Western Ghats. We take pride and are excited about the fact that this project is part of Daikin’s global “Forests for the Air” programme. Read more about the project here.
AERF in collaboration with Rain Forest Trust, USA will create the first Community reserve for pangolins and other threatened species by 2018 to protect high conservation value species in Tiware Ghera Prachitgad area. Read more here.