Friday, December 18, 2009

Ape Alliance - Gorilla Groups

Ape Alliance - Gorilla Groups

The following organisations are working to protect Gorillas, or are involved in their study and care:


Animal Defenders InternationalMillbank TowerMillbank LondonSW1P 4QPPhone: +44 (0)20 7630 3340Fax: +44 (0)20 7828 2179
Web (en): www.ad-international.orgEmail: click for contact form
Ape Action Africa, formerly Cameroon Wildlife Aid FundApe Action Africa CWAF , YAOUNDE CAMEROONB.P 20072 YaoundePhone: (+237) 220 75 79
Web (en): www.apeactionafrica.org
Berggorilla & Regenwald DirekthilfeRolf BrunnerLerchenstr. 545473 Muelheim,Germany
Web (en): www.berggorilla.orgWeb (de): www.berggorilla.orgEmail: click for contact form
Born Free FoundationWill Travers CEO3 Grove HouseFoundry LaneHorshamWest SussexRH13 5PLPhone: +44 (0)1403 240 170Fax: +44 (0)1403 327 838
Web (en): www.bornfree.org.ukEmail: click for contact form
Bristol Zoo GardensBryan CarrollCliftonBristolBS8 3HA
Web (en): www.bristolzoo.org.uk
Bushmeat Crisis Task ForceHeather Evesc/o The Wildlife Conservation Society2300 Southern BoulevardBronx, New York 10460718-220-5100
Web (en): www.bushmeat.orgEmail: click for contact form
Bushmeat ProjectDr. Anthony RoseBiosynergy InstituteP O Box 3430 Palos VerdesCalifornia 90274 USA
Web (en): bushmeat.netEmail: click for contact form
Canadian Ape Alliancec/o University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics88 College StreetToronto, ON M5G 1L4Canada
Web (en): http://www.great-apes.com/Email: click for contact form
Conservation International2011 Crystal DriveSuite 500 ArlingtonVA 22202USAPhone: (703) 341-2400 USA
Web (en): www.conservation.org
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund - International800 Cherokee Ave., SEAtlanta, Georgia 30315-1440USAPhone: +800-851-0203Fax: +404-624-5999
Web (en): www.gorillafund.orgEmail: click for contact form
Durrell Wildlife Conservation TrustLes Augres ManorLa Profonde RueTrinityJerseyChannel Islands JE3 5BPPhone: +44(0)1534 860000Fax: +44(0)1534 860001
Web (en): www.durrellwildlife.orgEmail: click for contact form
Forests Monitor69A Lensfield RoadCambridgeCB2 1ENPhone: +44 (0)1223 360975Fax: +44 (0)1223 359048
Web (en): www.forestsmonitor.orgEmail: click for contact form
Friends of ConservationKensington Charity Centre Charles House375 Kensington High Street London W14 8QHPhone: +44(0)20 7603 5024Fax: +44(0)207828 4856
Web (en): www.foc-uk.comEmail: click for contact form
Gearing up for Gorilas (G4G)Linda Nunn87 Chapel Farm CottageGussage St. AndrewBlandfordDT11 8DLUKPhone: 01725 553149
Web (en): www.g4g.co.ukEmail: click for contact form
Gorilla HavenJane DewarP O Box 210Morganton GA 30560USA
Web (en): www.gorilla-haven.org
Gorilla OrganizationJillian Miller110 Gloucester AvenueLondonNW1 8HXPhone: +44 20 7483 2681 Fax: +44 20 7722 0928
Web (en): www.gorillas.orgEmail: click for contact form
Great Ape Project714 North 97th StreetSeattleWA 98103Phone: 206-579-5975
Web (en): www.greatapeproject.orgEmail: click for contact form
Great Ape Trust of IowaDr Benjamin Beck4200S.E. 44th AvenueDes Moines, Iowa 50320Phone: +515 243 3580Fax: +515 243 8997
Web (en): www.GreatApeTrust.orgEmail: click for contact form
Great Apes Film Initiative (GAFI)Madelaine Westwood2 Westfield Cottage,Westfield, Medmenham, Marlow, Bucks, SL7 2HQPhone: 01491 575 017
Web (en): www.nutshellproductions.co.uk/gafiEmail: click for contact form
Humane Society of Canada409-120 Carlton StToronto ON M5A 4K2CanadaPhone: +416 368 0405/1948
Web (en): www.humanesociety.com
Humane Society US2100 L Street NW Washington DC20037
Web (en): www.hsus.org
International Fund for Animal Welfare87-90 Albert EmbankmentLondon SE1 7UDPhone: +44 (0)20 7587 6700Fax: +44 (0)20 7587 6720
Web (en): www.ifaw.orgEmail: click for contact form
International Gorilla Conservation Programme (UK)c/o African Wildlife FoundationP O Box 48177NairobiKenyaPhone: 254 2710367Fax: +254 2710372
Web (en): www.igcp.org
International Primate Protection League (U.K.)Gilmore House166 Gilmore RoadLondon SE13 5AEPhone: +44 (0)20 8297 2129Fax: +44 (0)20 8297 2099
Web (en): www.ippl-uk.orgEmail: click for contact form
International Ranger FederationGordon MillerFold Head CottageGrindsbrook BoothEdaleHope ValleyDerbyshireS33 7ZDUKPhone: 00 44(0) 1433 670210
Web (en): www.int-ranger.netEmail: click for contact form
IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist GroupJohn M. Aguiar, CoordinatorConservation International2011 Crystal Drive, Suite 500Arlington, Virginia 22202-3787Phone: (703) 341-2400 USA
Web (en): www.primate-sg.org
John Aspinall FoundationPeter LitchfieldPort LympneNr. HytheKentCT21 6HH
Web (en): www.howletts.net/
Les Amis des Animaux au CongoClaudine André
Web (en): http://bonoboducongo.free.frEmail: click for contact formEmail (secondary): click for contact form
Pandrillus - Limbe Wildlife Centre, CameroonBP 878LimbeSouth-West ProvinceCameroon
Email: click for contact formEmail (secondary): click for contact form
Pole Pole Foundation (PoPoF)John KahekwaBP 506CyanguguRwanda
Web (en): www.great-apes.com/projects/popof/popof.htmEmail: click for contact form
Primate Society of Great BritainBramley Lane FarmHigher Kinnerton Chester CH4 9AX UKPhone: +44(0) 1334 467174
Web (en): www.psgb.orgEmail: click for contact form
Primate Taxon Advisory GroupPO Box 20Mosman NSW 2088Australia
Web (en): www.arazpa.org.au/primate_t.htmlEmail: click for contact form
Restore UKPO Box 310,Epsom, Surrey KT17UKPhone: 01737 355458Fax: 01737 355496
Web (en): www.restoreuk.orgEmail: click for contact form
Rettet den Regenwald e.V. (Rainforest Rescue)Friedhofsweg 2822337 HamburgPhone: +49 40 4103804Fax: +49 40 4500144
Web (de): www.regenwald.orgEmail: click for contact form
Support for African/Asian Great ApesPhone: 81-568-63-0547 Fax: 81-568-62-2428
Web (en): www.saga-jp.orgEmail: click for contact form
Volcanoes Safaris447 Linen Hall162 Regent StreetLondon W1B 5TEPhone: +44 (0)870 8708480 Fax: +44 (0) 870 8708481
Web (en): www.volcanoessafaris.comEmail: click for contact form
Wild Planet EcoprojectWolfgang HeilmannWild Planet Ecoproject VereinMännedorf 8708 Alte Landstrasse 370, SchweizWPE - Wild Planet Ecoproject Association c/o Better World Cameroon,P.O. Box 30801 YaoundeTam Tam WeekendByem-Assi, YaoundeCameroon
Web (en): www.wildplanetecoproject.orgEmail: click for contact form
WildlifelineTammy Marlar3rd FloorQueens House1 Leicester PlaceLondon WC2H 7BPUKPhone: 0845 130 6170
Web (en): www.wildlifeline.orgEmail: click for contact form
World Society for the Protection of Animals89 Albert EmbankmentLondonSE1 7TPUnited KingdomPhone: +44 (0)20 7587 5000Fax: +44 (0)20 7793 0208
Web (en): www.wspa.org.ukEmail: click for contact form
WWF-International
Web (en): www.wwf.org
WWF-UKChristian ThompsonPanda HouseCatteshall LaneGodalmingSurreyGU7 1XRPhone: +44 (0)1483 426444Fax: +44 (0)1483 426409
Web (en): www.wwf.org.uk
Zoological Society of LondonRegents ParkLondonNW1 4RYPhone: +44 (0)20 7449 6610Fax: +44 (0)20 7586 2870
Web (en): www.zsl.orgEmail: click for contact form

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Links | The Orangutan Conservancy | Wild Orangutan Protection | Orangutan Reintroduction | Orangutan Research & Education

Links The Orangutan Conservancy Wild Orangutan Protection Orangutan Reintroduction Orangutan Research & Education



Orangutan Programs
Australian Orangutan Project
Sumatran orangutans
Great Ape Trust
Gunung Leuser National Park
Gunung Palung Orangutan Conservation Project
The Nature Conservancy Discovers Large Population of Orangutans in Borneo
Orangutan Foundation U.K.
The Orang Utan Republik
Orangutan Health
Orangutan Outreach
Orangutan Sanctuary, Dr. Anne Russon: In-depth information and resources for people dedicated to facilitating the reintroduction of orangutan populations to their natural habitats.
Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Project (SOCP)
Sumatran Orangutan Society (SOS)
About BOS Foundation
The Bornean Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOS-Indonesia)
BOS Indonesia’s site in Bahasa Indonesia`
Life’s Picture of the Day (April 9)
Other Primate Links
The Ape Alliance
Apenheul Primate Park
The Bushmeat Crisis Task Force
Center for Great Apes
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International
Duke University Primate Center
Free click to help save Primates - click on this site to generate a donation for free!
Gibbon Conservation Center
Gibbon Network
Gibbon Rehabilitation on the Island of Borneo
Gorilla Haven
Great Ape Survival Project (GRASP)
The Great Ape Project (G.A.P.)
Canadian Ape Alliance
International Primate Protection League (IPPL)
Jane Goodall Institute
Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary
National Geographic article – “Near Total Ape-Habitat Loss Foreseen By 2030″
Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park
Primate Info Net Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center
Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN)
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Nature Alert: Malaysia to allow logging in indigenous 'peace park' to proceed

THE POWER OF GREED AND CORRUPTION


Nature Alert: Malaysia to allow logging in indigenous 'peace park' to proceed


FYI - The oil palm industry is responsible for the killing of tens of thousands of orangutans. Killing a single orangutan is illegal in Indonesia, which makes you wonder why not one oil palm company has been prosecuted for the mass slaughter which continues to this day.
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Nature Alert: SHAME ON SPICERS Limited

Nature Alert: SHAME ON SPICERS Limited

PHOTOS OF DEVISTATING DEFORESTATION. TAKEN IN SUMATRA THIS PAST SUMMER (09).


DO NOT PURCHASE PAPER SOURCED BY SPICERS LIMITED FROM INDONESIA!


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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

The Angry Mermaid - by Friends of the earth International

Danish PM tries to derail UN climate talks; Friends of the Earth suspended from the conferecne — Friends of the Earth International

Danish PM tries to derail UN climate talks; Friends of the Earth suspended from the conferecne — Friends of the Earth International


COPENHAGEN, DENMARK, December 16, 2009 – Friends of the Earth International denounced today an attempt by the Danish Prime Minister to derail the U.N negotiations in favour of rich countries and condemned the exclusion of critical civil society voices -including Friends of the Earth- from the UN Climate conference.
"The Danish Prime Minister is trying to push an illegitimate process which is opposed by many developing countries as well as civil society. This untrasparent Danish initiative must be abandoned and the legitimate UN process restored. The last draft we saw from the Danish Prime minister favored US positions and undermined binding mitigation targets for developed countries, said Lars Haltbrekken from Friends of the Earth Norway.The UN negotiations process is also criticized by civil society observers, many of which have been progressively excluded from the talks during the past week. Today, members of Friends of the Earth groups from around the world who arrived at the U.N. Bella Center to take part as official observers in the negotiations were told that their badges were no longer valid.The Friends of the Earth delegation has been taking part in the negotiations over the past two weeks. When the delegation arrived today, all campaigners were denied access despite the fact that they were holding all the official UN badges as well as secondary admission passes needed today.“We are surprised and shocked that Friends of the Earth member groups from around the world and other non-governmental organizations have been denied access to the negotiations this morning.

"Our organizations represent millions of people around the world and provide a critical voice promoting climate justice inside the UN. On the inside and the outside, all the rules have gone out the window - organizations such as Friends of the Earth that support peaceful action are being barred while developing countries concerns are being trampled in the plenary.

"Solving climate change needs participation from all of us, not just the rich and powerful,” said Nnimmo Bassey, Chair of Friends of the Earth International.

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Help Friends of the Earth get back into the talks at Copenhagen

http://www.foe.co.uk/campaigns/climate/press_for_change/friends_earth_banned_22338.html

Help Friends of the Earth get back into the talks at Copenhagen

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