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Looking for some good blogs about biodiversity? Here are some of my old favourites and some new discoveries. There’s something for everyone here, but I’d like to know your top tips too. To see why I produced this list and what I think is missing from it, you can read the accompanying post: Five vacant niches in the biodiversity blogosphere . Or you can read that later and continue here to my list of old favourites and new discoveries. Here goes… (in no particular order)
The training and research group for the Environmental Management of Ecosystems and Tropical Forests ( Gestion Environnementale des Écosystèmes et Forêts Tropicales - GEEFT) was formed in 1980 and previously known as the Rural and Tropical Forestry Department (Departement Foresterie Rurale et Tropicale) of the School of Forestry, Agricultural and Environmental Engineering ( École Nationale du Génie Rural, des Eaux et Forêts - ENGREF). In January 2007 ENGREF became part of the Paris Institute of Technology for Life, Food, and Environmental Sciences ( AgroParisTech ). The group has trained more than 700 managers qualified in tropical forestry and the management of tropical forestry ecosystems. The permanent team is based in Montpellier, and includes three researchers/professors, an engineer, and an assistant.