About

The Tropical Biology Association (TBA) is a unique non-profit conservation organization that works to help safeguard biodiversity and manage natural resources in tropical regions by delivering innovative training and support to individuals and institutions working in conservation.

Our Network

Through our activities, we have a collaborative network that provides a firm foundation for biological conservation and research in the tropics. This network is unique because it actively maintains and forges links for future collaborations.

The map below shows where our 1,900 plus alumni come from: 27 countries in Africa, 32 countries in America, Europe and Australia, and 10 countries in Asia.

This blog is  therefore inspired by the incredible wealth of knowledge, experience and ideas that our alumni hold. As the future of conservation, we depend on support from diverse partners to ensure that the future conservationists are well equipped with the right knowledge and skills to address the emerging global challenges facing the world today.

Here’s what you’ll find here:

  • Alumni experiences about their conservation journey, and the emerging conservation issues faced in their country
  • New ideas and opinions from TBA alumni on the various threats and solutions towards biodiversity in their countries
  • Resources such as news stories or publications from alumni and the alumni groups

We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to add a comment by clicking on the discuss button at the bottom of each post.

For any inquiries or if you would like to post your news on this blog, kindly contact tbablogging@gmail.com

Thank you for visiting!

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