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On the trail of the snow leopard in Kazakhstan

Aleksey Grachev comes from a long line of zoologists. His great uncle Yuri encouraged him to study snow leopards, and today he runs the Snow Leopard Monitoring Centre at the Institute of Zoology.  

A marvel of nature and hospitality in Georgia

With an economy largely dependent upon tourism, the current Coronavirus crisis has left Georgia particularly vulnerable. But can it use its stunning nature and boutique experiences to bounce back?  

Women rangers to the rescue

Brave women rangers from Tajikistan aim to save snow leopards from extinction.  

How are we helping countries adapt to climate change?

Impacts of climate change threaten to undermine decades of development gains and put at risk efforts to eradicate poverty.  

Cihan Sultanoğlu at the International Snow Leopard & Ecosystem Forum

Remarks by Cihan Sultanoğlu, UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe at the International Snow Leopard & Ecosystem Forum, on August…  

How can we save the Saiga?

In May, in the span of just two weeks, 134,000 Saiga antelope died in Kazakhstan. The statistics are shocking. All the more so when you realize that 80 percent of the world’s Saiga population live…  

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