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Minera Panamá operations pose severe thr

Minera Panamá operations pose severe threat to people, wildlife, and planetary health, group of international and local organizations say

Coalition joins Panamanians across the country in urging Supreme Court to reject Central America’s largest open-pit copper mine Left: Protests in Panama, photo by @enlayesk507; Right: The Critically Endangered Gemini’s dart frog, photo by Abel Batista. On November 24, Panama’s Supreme Court will decide the future of an open-pit mine bigger than Manhattan that continues […]

New Strategic Amphibian Conservation Pla...

New Strategic Amphibian Conservation Plan for the rustic tree frog (Pithecopus rusticus)

ASG Brasil has prepared a released its second Strategic Amphibian Conservation Plan (PECAn – Plano Estratégico de Conservação de Anfíbios), this time covering the rustic tree frog (Pithecopus rusticus)! Pithecopus rusticus is one of the Brazilian amphibian species with high priority for conservation, that is, those that are at greatest risk of extinction in the short […]

Today, a special issue of the New Zealand Journal of Ecology was released in honor of former ASG Co-Chair, Phil Bishop. While Phil’s research and conservation work was truly global, much of his focus in the last two decades was on the ecology and conservation of New Zealand’s endemic frogs (Leiopelma spp.), the subject of this […]

ASG Brazil publishes Brazil’s first spec

ASG Brazil publishes Brazil’s first species-specific amphibian conservation action plan!

ASG is proud to announce the publication of Brazil’s first species-specific amphibian conservation action plan, dedicated to the Critically Endangered treefrog Nyctimantis pomba. The action plan, which spans a period of 5 years (2023-2028), was led by ASG Brazil and developed using a participative approach, involving nearly 30 stakeholders.   ASG Brazil team members and […]