This past month world leaders gathered together at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties to discuss collective solutions towards combating climate change. We at PRCF acknowledge with concern the increasing threats to global ecosystems and that a change of behavior is needed. At stake is the permanent loss of the Earth’s […]
Congratulations to Pak Imanul Huda, PRCF Indonesia Director, and the PRCF Indonesia team for their selection asone of the “108 Noteworthy Practices” for their work in “Creating Community Forestry and Enabling Long-term Stewardship of High Biodiversity Value Forests” at the fifteenth meeting of the Conference of Parties for the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD). Pak […]
The endangered Francois’ Langur is one of PRCF Vietnam’s flagship species. We have confirmed several groups of this threatened primate living in an isolated limestone karst forest in the northern mountainous region of Tuyen Quango province. Perhaps the last viable population of the langur in Vietnam, urgent on-ground action is now needed to help protect […]
Congratulations to the two winners of our Where are all the Wild Things? photo contest. Renee Bell’s photo of a pangolin won first prize based on the number of Facebook ‘Likes’. Second place was won by Christine Rehman for her ‘backyard bear’ photo. This was our first photo contest, designed to celebrate PRCF’s 17th birthday […]
Enter our first photo contest to celebrate PRCF’s 17th birthday and help us continue our vital work: conserving the world’s precious wildlife, in the wild.
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May1st 2011 In celebration of the Pacific Asian Cultural Month, the PRCF participated as a non-profit organization exhibitor in the Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego (California). This Cultural Festival is a celebration of the diversity of San Diego with a focus on Asian and Pacific Islander cultures and of the contemporary Asian American culture. […]
The People Resources and Conservation Foundation (PRCF) is a non-profit, non-government organization that promotes conservation, protection, and wise use of natural resources with sound social and economic development. The PRCF works with rural populations in developing countries, particularly with communities living adjacent to protected areas, remnant forests, and degraded lands and grasslands.