Center for Biodiversity conservation and Endangered Species (CBES) is formed by an assembly of experienced researchers and conservationists who envision a future where Vietnam's biodiversity is shielded under science-based policies, evidenced-driven activities and concerns of public.

WHAT ARE WE WORKING ON?


• Understanding long term impacts of wind farm on biodiversity in Vietnam;


• Investigating the diversity, abundance, distribution and ecology of marine mammals and dugongs in Vietnam;


• Citizen science to monitor the diversity and distribution of cetaceans in Vietnam;


• Conservation of Tonkin snub-nosed monkey in North of Vietnam;


• Community-based conservation of Sarus crane in Mekong Delta;


• Establishing Rapid Response Network for strandings of Cetacean and sea turtle;


• Providing consultancy services, biodiversity survey services, and risk assessment for renewable energy developments.


Learn more about all the work we are doing. >>

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