Stories

Here you will find all the fantastic news about the project as it progresses.

Upcoming Meetings – Almaty, September 2024
CMS will be hosting the First Range States Meeting for the Argali Single Species Action Plan and the Third Meeting of the Signatories to the Bukhara Deer MOU this fall, with funds provided by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the German Government within the framework of the Central Asian Mammals and Climate Adaptation (CAMCA) […]
Me and the Unique Wild Animals of My Region
As part of the CAMCA project, CAMP Alatoo organized an event for schoolchildren (age 12-16) from the Issyk-Kul and Naryn regions (north Kyrgyzstan). Students got to engage in citizen science and participate in a creative competition, highlighting conservation issues and concern for the future the animal and plant species around them. The contest theme was, "Me and the world of unique wild animals of my region."
Tajik jungle: A day in the life of a forester at Tigrovaya Balka
85 years ago, on October 4, 1938, Tigrovaya Balka was declared a state reserve. On September 20, 2023, the tugai forests of the reserve were...
“Tiger’s den” turned 85 years old
The state nature reserve "Beshai palangon" has places with good weather, flora and fauna, rare birds, flowers and plants, and lakes and rive...
12 journalists strengthened their environmental knowledge
From October 17 to 20 this year in Dushanbe city, with the participation of 12 journalists from various media of the country, a communication seminar of the project "Mammals of Central Asia and Climate Adaptation (CAMCA)" was held.
A new horizon for the development of eco-journalism in Tajikistan
Between 17 and 20 October, within the framework of the CAMCA project, coordinated by UNEP, a communication workshop and training was held fo...
October 23 is International Snow Leopard Day
Every year, October 23 is celebrated around the world as International Snow Leopard Day.
Call for Applications Communication Workshop
The communication workshop will strengthen journalists' skillsets in Central Asia.
Supporting Central Asian species’ resilience to climate change
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