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There are only two Northern White Rhinos left in the world, they are called Najin and Fatu and are both females. To save these charismatic animals from extinction seems impossible under these circumstances. An international consortium aims to make the seemingly impossible a reality and is developing methods of assisted reproduction and stem cell research.6%Raised: 14 591 € 250 000 €
Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus (EEHV) is the primary cause of death of young calves in captive Asian elephants, in zoos but as well in the wild country populations. Although significant accomplishments were achieved during the past years in understanding this disease, it has become evident that we are still a long way from developing an effective vaccination. The solutions that seem to be consensual among the EEHV research community is that risk factors should be further explored and that regular monitoring and immediate and pre-organized treatment is needed. Intravenous transfusion of heterologous plasma and/or whole blood was an essential component in the few successful treatments, which helped to save the lives of recently ill elephant calves.1%Raised: 446 € 50 000 €
To prevent further habitat loss in Asia - a biodiversity hotspot - selected areas of oil palm plantations will be converted into near natural rainforest. These areas will reconnect habitats and form an important corridor for wildlife.0%Raised: 106 € 280 000 €
Become an exclusive member of the 5 Euros "Millionaires Nature Club (MNC)" and save species on the brink of extinction. Aim of the MNC is to have an exclusive, effective, and very fast acting club of 1, 000, 000 members who care about our "planet" and the "Fridays for Future Generation" by investing a very tiny bit: one-time club member buy in fee 5 Euros now, plus 40 Euros (8 x 5 Euros) for 8 different projects per year - on demand.0%Raised: 25 € 5 000 000 €
Rural Namibia is one of the most important strongholds of the declining cheetah population. Here, the rarest large African cat lives on privately owned farmland. A conflict posed a threat to them, as they occasionally prey on cattle calves and are therefore rarely welcomed on the farms. Research has yielded a solution for this that can now be applied on a large scale - support the science-based species conservation by GPS collaring animals and promoting exchange between science and society!0%Raised: 18 € 150 000 €
Especially white-tailed sea eagles, red kites and buzzards are affected by illegal poisonings. Due to the high costs, a systematic examination of the carcasses dissected at the Leibniz-Institute for Zoo- and Wildlife Research (Leibniz-IZW) and other samples (blood samples) is not possible, so that analyses by other laboratories can only be carried out in selected individual cases.0%Raised: 16 € 130 000 €
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Keep Nature Alive is a crowdfunding and communication platform aiming at making a difference for our planet’s biodiversity – for our and future generations. Keep Nature Alive supports internationally renowned institutions in biodiversity research and conservation, such as the Conservation and Research Fund e.V. (CRF).