Imagine the following: A dam to be built in the middle of a biodiversity hotspot. Authorised by the government, funded by a Chinese bank.
At the end of this year we have some important intern news: The new leadership of the foundation will start into the year 2019.
Good news to report from the foundation council meeting on November 21st 2017: Two new foundation council members were elected to the committee.
The start of October came with good news for the PanEco team: We successfully completed the re-certification of the ZEWO standard.
Why do we focus on the endangered Sumatra orangutans? What are our main activities in Sumatra?
At the same time pleasant and useful: Recently we welcomed our orangutan protection programme manager Dave Dellatore
Dr. Ian Singleton is coming to visit!
Wild Sumatra orangutans move around in the leaf canopy of the rainforest, eat and sleep in the treetops. But still, climbing has to be learned.
In many cases palm oil is still added to consumer goods – undeclared, and this is even legal!
Each year the Getika foundation awards a prize to commemorate efforts for endagered species or the welfare of animals.