Here you will find links to the 50+ newsletters we have published in recent years. Don’t miss the opportunity, if you haven’t already, to register and receive our emails with our latest updates, news and campaigns in our action of nature protection, education and solidarity.
December 2021 – Let’s go viral
September 2021 – Nature based solutions
July 2021 – Interview With a Biodiversity Champion
April 2021 – Visiting El Silencio!
December 2020 – Hours to join a great conservation action
November 2020 – Biodiversity Loss and Pandemics
October 2020 – Jaguar tracks and spider monkeys
July 2020 – Developers take prospective TiME conservation site in Kenya
May 2020 – Biodiversity – our most precious but least valued resource
April 2020 – Food for thought: Eating for a sustainable future
March 2020 – The link between the coronavirus pandemic and biodiversity loss
February 2020 – A tribute to the esteemed environmentalist Norman Myers
January 2020 – 2020: A new opportunity to save precious biodiversity hotspots
December 2019 – TiME needs your help – End of the year campaign
November 2019 – Introducing Tauni Sauvage, TiME’s New Executive Director
October 2019 – Extinction is a choice
September 2019 –Volunteering for the future of biodiversity
August 2019 – The Amazon needs our help
July 2019 – Exclusive update on TiME purchased lands in Peru that you helped to secure
June 2019 – The young environmental warrior
May 2019 – “Transformative changes” required to save the natural world
April 2019 – Earth Day
March 2019 – Habitat fragmentation: Biodiversity’s friend or foe?
February 2019 – How can we save biodiversity while being cost-conscious?
January 2019 – Join TiME in another year of protecting the world’s biodiversity
December 2018 – End of the year call
November 2018 – Biodiversity in Ethiopia
October 2018 – There are more threatened species out there than we thought
September 2018 – Inspiring the next generation!
August 2018 – Does scientific publishing lead to species’ extinction?
July 2018 – On prioritizing core areas, corridors and conflict hotspots
June 2018 – What does our next generation have to say?
May 2018 – Does pop culture hinder conservation?
April 2018 – Meet 15-year-old published author, Tiana Or-Gordon
March 2018 – How do we choose which animals to protect?
February 2018 – TiME’s new project in Colombia
January 2018 – Meet Sam Shanee, co-founder of Neotropical Primate Conservation
December 2017 – “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice”
November 2017 – The hidden environmental hazard of palm oil
October 2017 – 20th edition: Less rain in the rainforest?
July 2017 – Deforestation worst for intact ecosystems
June 2017 – Help TiME protect Sun Angel’s Gardens, Peru
May 2017 – TiME works with locals to protect wildlife in El Toro, Peru
May 2017 – We made it with you! TiME purchases land in El Toro, Peru
April 2017 – Could natural tree fall cause deforestation?
March 2017 – Scientists suggest iconic animals should be prioritized for conservation
February 2017 – Meet Henry Gold: working in Africa and working with TiME
January 2017 – Starting 2017 with good news!
December 2016 – Help TiME protect the last remaining Yellow-tailed woolly monkeys of Peru
November 2016 – Meet Jasmine, a 12-year-old TiME supporter
October 2016 – Which threatened habitat gets your vote?
September 2016 – Check out TiME’s new website
August 2016 – TiME’s founder Professor Uri Shanas visits Kenya
July 2016 – Biodiversity loss in newly disturbed rainforest worse than expected
June 2016 – 5 ways social media fights climate change
May 2016 – Meet Chinese Environmental Economist Jian Wu
March 2016 – Meet Wanjira Mathai, head of Kenya’s Green Belt Movement
February 2016 – TiME and the Sixth Mass Extinction
Before launching this new website, we spoke with our WP volunteer, Orit Landsman and ask her whether she can link our newsletters to the website. Orit immediately got to the task and soon developed a link to all our wonderful newsletters. It was then that we realized that we already sent 18 (!) newsletters.
This is a perfect opportunity to thank our volunteers for their talent and dedication. First, we thank the two young editors that practically started this tradition, Noa Jett and Brett Kleiman. After a wonderful beginning, came Ruthi Brandt and took the task for a whole year! And now Liat Starkman gave our newsletter a facelift and keeps us updated with interesting news about TiME activity and other conservation stories.
Above all, this is an opportunity for us to send a huge gratitude to Dr. Liat Radcliffe Ross, our chief editor, who’s doing an absolutely wonderful job in editing, suggesting, and making sure that everything we post is kept to a high level of language and coherence. So go ahead, use our links at the bottom of our front page and enjoy reading those newsletters that you might have missed or read again those that you enjoyed reading.