Search - Data Portals Application of this Data Policy The statements in this policy apply only to datasets accessible through live.data.gov.dev. Nothing in this policy shall be construed as a limitation or modification of existing laws, rules, and legal precedents. European Forest Institute The European Forest Institute is an international organisation, established by European States. 29 European States have ratified the Convention on EFI. We have c.120 Associate and Affiliate Member organisations in 40 countries. Our Headquarters is in Joensuu, Finland, and we also have offices in Barcelona, Bordeaux, Bonn and Brussels as well as project offices in Malaysia and China.
Snow Leopards Need To Be Protected ... But How? The snow leopard in Pakistan is an endangered species. The population of the rarely seen big cat has likely fallen to fewer than 450 in the country, mainly due to hunting. Now an expert has come up with an unconventional—and controversial—proposal to save the snow leopard: Classify it as a domesticated animal. Empress Royal Paulownia Tree Step 1: Dig the hole Pick the perfect spot with full or partial sunlight and with moist or well drained soil. Dig the hole so it is shallower than the root ball and at least twice the width. Loosen the soil in the planting hole so the roots can easily break through.
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Spatial Data & Mapping Resources The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ contains global assessments for 105,732 species. More than 75% of these (81,323 species) have spatial data. EuroBirdPortal - Home LIVE maps show data from the previous day back to one year ago. As in all other EBP maps data is grouped in 52 weeks. Despite most EBP data (86%) is updated daily some online portals still submit their data at longer intervals and, therefore, the areas covered by these portals can appear blank in the most recent weeks (see below which the most recent data available is from each online portal and the usual update frequency of each country or region). Note that the most recent week depicted in these maps, usually the current one, may not have finished yet and, thus, special attention must be paid when interpreting distributional patterns of such incomplete weeks. Note also that, despite the different data validation protocols put in place, LIVE maps show so recent data that some erroneous records or counts may not have been detected yet. Once corrected, the system automatically deals with these errors in subsequent data updates.
Primate Education Network Primate Education Network (PEN) is a global network dedicated to connecting and empowering primate conservation educators. We are a membership organization that provides primate educators with connections, resources, and training to design and evaluate conservation education programs. Our international team is driven by a passion for and commitment to advancing the field of primate conservation education. Visit our interactive timeline with highlights of our impact over the years! PEN's Principles1. Sledding Crows and How Anthropomorphism Helps (and Hurts) the Environmental Movement (Video) Yahoo/Screen capture A video of a crow (embedded below) that appears to love spending his free time sledding down a roof on a jar lid has garnered over two million clicks. That is two million people enjoying humankind's ability to look at an animal and think we know how it is feeling. We love sledding. Birds love sledding.