Awely To work for a world where Humans
and Animals will live in perfect harmony
photo Cyril Ruoso
It was during his sporting expeditions that
Renaud Fulconis became awareof the beauty
and fragility of our planet.He was the driving force behind the creation of Awely in 2005,
whose actions he is coordinating to preserve wildlife, never forgetting that these fights will not be won without a strong involvement of the living populations in contact with wild animals.
The teams on the ground are thus conducting a double fight to save threatened species as well as promote local development for the villagers.Projects are thus conducted in agreement with local communities.
Awely has five programs in action, in Africa, Asia and South America with like iconic animals such as tigers, elephants, rhinos, gorillas and bonobos.
Green, Red or Blue Caps
Field teams wear green caps when
they have to improve the situation for
a threatened species,red when working atimproving coexistence between wildlife and villagers, and finally blue
for protection or the regeneration
of an ecosystem like that of
the Polylepis tree in Peru.
A project on French carnivores is
also currently under study.