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A joint paper by researchers in Singapore, Oxford Brookes University and Mandai Nature projects an optimistic future for the Raffles' Banded Langur, Singapore's rarest primate.

 

 

Issue 6 (Q1/2024)

Mandai Nature released its first ever Impact Report, highlighting contributions to biodiversity conservation through partnerships in Singapore and Southeast Asia over the past year. 

 

 

Issue 5 (Q3/2023)

Mandai Nature organised its very first webinar on conservation tourism, featuring three experts who shared insights about the value of conservation tourism in protecting wildlife and discussed the potential for the growth of this exciting tourism pillar in Southeast Asia.  

 

Issue 4 (Q2/2023)

Mandai Nature joined the Singapore delegation at CITES COP19, where two Asian songbirds - the Straw-headed Bulbul and White-rumped Shama - were successfully uplisted, and will now have tighter international trade regulations. 

 

 

Issue 3 (Q1/2023)

Mandai Nature hosted special guests from the IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC) - Prof Jon Paul Rodriguez, IUCN SSC Chair, and Dr Kira Mileham, Director of Partnerships, where they had fruitful discussions with the team, Mandai Wildlife Group and local IUCN SSC members over a two-day visit in Singapore.

Issue 2 (Q3/2022)

In their first trip since borders reopened, the Mandai Nature team ventured into the Gunung Niut Nature Reserve in West Kalimantan, Indonesia on a field visit with our conservation partner Planet Indonesia. 

 

 

Issue 1 (Q2/2022)