We are delighted to send you our third ASAP newsletter which puts a spotlight on the Philippines. We had the pleasure of attending and meeting with a number of our Partners at the 28th Philippine Biodiversity Symposium and the first multi-species Visayan Conservation Workshop hosted by ASAP Partner, Talarak Foundation Inc.
We are also excited to be partnering with Key Conservation. Read the interview with Founder and Director, Megan Cromp, to find out more about how ASAP Partners can gain real-time support and funding from their new app.
Finally, with 24 freshwater fishes added to the ASAP species list in the latest update of the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™, the need to address the threats facing freshwater fishes has never been more urgent. At ASAP we will be working hard to catalyse conservation action for this highly threatened group of species.
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