The Environment, Natural Resources, and Planning Directorate has been fortunate enough to benefit from funding from the Darwin Initiative, which funds biodiversity projects in countries with poor financial resources. Further information about the Darwin Initiative can be found here: http://www.darwininitiative.org.uk/ and details of all projects on St Helena can be found on the ‘Projects’ page.
St Helena Government has led or been involved in the projects that are listed below, with links to further information where available.
|19031||Mapping St Helena’s marine biodiversity to create a Marine Management Plan|
|DPLUS018||Taxonomic and conservation status of Oceanodroma storm petrels in the South Atlantic|
|DPLUS020||St Helena baseline assessment; a foundation for effective environmental management|
|DPLUS024||Darwin Fellowship MRes Carbon sequestration in community forests, St Helena|
|DPLUS029||Securing St Helena’s rare Cloud Forest trees and associated invertebrates|
|DPLUS037||Conserving the genetic diversity of St Helena’s threatened endemic flora|
|DPLUS039||Sustainable development and management of St Helena fisheries and marine tourism|
|DPLUS051||Water Security and Sustainable Cloud Forest Restoration on St Helena|
|DPLUS052||Mapping St Helena’s Biodiversity and Natural Environment|
|DPLUS059||Establishment of the national framework for invasive plant management in St Helena|
|DPLUS070||Oceanographic influences on the St Helena pelagic ecosystem|
|DPLUS077||Sustainable fishery management for St Helena’s lobster population|