ERI and the Central Belize Wildlife Corridor on Fire

The Environmental Research Institute (ERI) was launched in January 2010. Now after four years of hard work and dedication the ERI continues growing and blooming with the third week of February being nothing short of transformational! We were joined by special visitors from our partner organizatio...

UB-ERI Additional Building Inauguration

Published February 27th 2014. The University of Belize - Environmental Research Institute (UB-ERI), launched in January 2010, was created  primarily to address the large gap in local capacity for research and monitoring that exists within Belize. Now  after over four years of hard work and dedica...

Strides in understanding human-wildlife conflict

Belize, as small a country as it is, is widely known for its wildlife species. People travel far and wide hoping to glimpse  the elusive jaguar, and many Belizeans depend on game species like peccaries and pacas for food and their livelihood. Wildlife is embedded in the Belizean culture however it i...

  • ERI and the Central Belize Wildlife Corridor on Fire

    Friday, 14 March 2014 10:27
  • UB-ERI Additional Building Inauguration

    Thursday, 27 February 2014 08:55
  • Strides in understanding human-wildlife conflict

    Sunday, 24 November 2013 18:50
XVIII Congress Merging Cultures and Biodiversity

What does being a Belizean have to do with the number of jaguars or scarlet macaws in our forests? And in turn what does that have to do with the rest of Mesoamerica?  Well, the Mesoamerican Society for Biology & Conservation (MSBC) or Sociedad Mesoamericana para la Biologia y la Conservacion (SMBC), in Spanish, gathered its regional team at its XVIII congress from October 13th to the 17th 2014 in Copan, Honduras to find out.

 

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