Preserving diversity of nature

24 October 2020 # Hope

Hope for global conservation is what we thrive for in this era. Plenty of great happening occur in past year. We can call 2018 a big year for the environment.

The government of Belize created one of Central America’s largest biological corridors to provide safe passage for wild animals like jaguars, pumas and Baird’s tapir to move freely between two big reserves in the country. Wildlife scientists have for the first time ever successfully used IVF (in vitro fertilization) techniques to combine previously frozen sperm from the near-extinct northern white rhino (Ceratotherium simum cottoni) with eggs from the more abundant southern white rhino (C. s. simum) to create viable hybrid embryos which will give rhino’s a second chance. Technology helping us to keep an eye on all animals all the time which makes easier to know about their habitat and behaviour.

The privately run National Aviary of Colombia is now home to 165 different species rescued from illegal wildlife traffickers. Conservationists are using techniques to aware wildlife to conserve themselves. Agroforestry for conservation and sustainable livelihoods, A sustainable energy revolution is taking place which will reform all our energy needs.