A Persian leopard in the camera trap (c) Michael Succow Foundation

Persian Leopard got listed in the Red Book of Kazakhstan

... and thus receives an increased protection status

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Vjosa in Albania - one of the last wild rivers in Europea (c) Gregor Subic

Open letter from Awardees of the Right Livelihood Award to save the Vjosa in Albania

Support of the idea to establish a Vjosa National Park along the whole river and its tributaries

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Right Livelihood College (RLC) at the Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, offers a DAAD-funded PhD research scholarship

Theme: "Sustainable development for improved livelihoods in Biosphere Reserves in Georgia"

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[Translate to EN:] Cover "Der Braune Bär fliegt erst um Mitternacht" (mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Lübbe-Verlags)

What a wet future might look like

New book describes a time after the "great rewetting" ...

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[Translate to EN:] Prof. Hans Joosten bei Literaturabend (Foto: Tobias Dahms)

Know Betje Polak?

Meet the queen of tropical peatlands at first online event at Greifswald peatland library ...

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Fergana Valley (c) Roman Nazarov

International project to strengthen the protected area network in Uzbek Fergana Valley has started

Preservation of unique natural landscapes in Fergana valley in Uzbekistan and strenghtening the protected area network

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Hyrcanian Forests cover the mountain ridges, slopes and valleys of the Talish Mountains in the southern part of Hirkan National Park, Republic of Azerbaijan (Photo by H. D. Knapp, July 9, 2019)

Azerbaijan and Iran submitted the transnational extension of the ‘Hyrcanian Forests’ World Heritage to UNESCO

The Jigsaw of the unique Hyrcanian Forests is getting finally completed one after another ensuing a prolonged effort.

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2 foundations + 1 cooperation = a plus for peatland and climate

Environmental Foundation Michael Otto and Succow Foundation, partner in the Greifswald Mire Centre, start project ...

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Partnership for sustainable tourism!

Since October 2020 Succow Foundation is Partner of the global network of "Linking Tourism and Conservation (LT&C)"...

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Hay hay hay!

In August, the Succow Foundation produced 3000 small bales of wet meadow hay on the Binsenberg hillside spring moor, which it restored. Thanks to the…

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