We undertake research related to climate change
A Rocha International, Cambridge University and other partners are developing new techniques to aid the conservation of degraded tropical forests by using unmanned aerial vehicles to assessing their conservation quality. Read more
European Storm-petrels and climate change
A Rocha Portugal and Cardiff University are studying how climate change may affect the survival of this tiny seabird in relation to the surface temperature of the sea water and the availability of food. Read more
Coral reef bleaching – what can we learn?
A Rocha Kenya is studying coral reef bleaching at Watamu Marine Reserve as part of their marine conservation which focuses on three main areas: Climate Change, Biodiversity and Fisheries/Poverty Alleviation.
Temperate kelp forests in a changing climate
A Rocha UK and A Rocha International, aided by Dan Smale from the Marine Biological Association, are assessing the ecological performance of a species of kelp Laminaria digitata in North Devon while it is being grazed and exposed to climate change-driven increases in air temperature. Read more