Research

  • Working with communities to design and conduct collaborative research that is relevant and empowering

    Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) can yield the greatest long-term benefits for both people and environment.

  • Possibly the most remote research station in Borneo

    Camp Foyle is located in an area of fantastic biodiversity and lush primary lowland rainforest, in Bukit Batikap Hutan Lindung, Central Kalimantan

  • You can’t manage what you don’t measure

    Biodiversity surveys provide the essential baseline data required for monitoring change and managing conservation

  • An assessment of the wild cat population status and the impact of hunting on felids and their prey

    Working with local communities, we’re using remote camera traps to measure the impact of hunting on species abundance diversity.

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