Here some links to our partners and friends, and some book recommandations.
SVAA is an association for the Protection of Primates. SVAA has set up the Huro Program for conservation of the western Hoolock Gibbon in northeastern India.
Founded in 2014, CAP LOUP is a collective of environmental associations gathered around a common goal: the protection of the wolf in France. TENDUA is part of the collective CAP LOUP.
The “Dodo palmé” is a diving center, Ambassador of Longitude 181, which adheres to the “International Guidelines for responsible divers”, who respect their environment. The “Dodo palmé” can introduce you to scuba diving, and also organize dive trips at the Reunion island.
Namibia supports a unique population of desert-adapted lions that survive in the harsh Namib Desert.
Professional film photography & digital photography laboratory in Paris, 11th arrondissement.
Have a look on our blog to know more about sharks.
For 30 years the Snow Leopard Trust has been the world’s leading authority on the study and protection of the endangered snow leopard.
Empreinte et Territoires offers you a selection of books on nature and travel. Edition - Editorial packaging - communication - Iconography.
The Shark Alliance is a not-for-profit coalition of non-governmental organizations dedicated to restoring and conserving shark populations by improving European fishing policy
Site de l’expédition permanente de l’Académie des Sciences de Russie pour l’étude des mammifères du livre rouge de la Fédération de Russie et autres animaux de la faune russe.
There are only five Abaco Wild Horses left in the Bahamas. They are fighting for their lives as inappropriate human intervention and a drastic change in habitat have taken a severe toll.
Cheetah For Ever est une association française qui a initié et qui finance un programme kenyan original de surveillance et de protection des femelles guépards et de leurs petits dans la réserve de Masaï Mara au Kenya, en impliquant les populations locales.
FERUS is a French association for protection and conservation of bears, wolves and lynx in France.
Ocean Encounters is a unique breath-hold diving company whose focus is marine preservation (particulary shark preservation) through shark-tagging, breath-hold courses, educational expeditions and cruises, public presentations, corporate seminars, documentary films, photographic books. Courses taught by Ocean Encounters are open to everyone interested in achieving a higher level of comfort while under water.
Ocean Encounters was founded by world champions Fred Buyle and William Winram. Together, they assist scientists and researchers in their quests both to better understand human health and promote marine preservation.
- “Wildlife Wars: My Fight to Save Africa’s Natural Treasures” by Richard Leakey and Virginia Morell (Sep 19, 2001)
- “a sea without fish” by Philippe Cury, Yves Miserey at Calman-Levy
- “Qui a tué l’écologie?” (Who has killed Ecology?) Fabrice Nicolino at LLL