Ranjini Murali has just completed her PhD. She worked on how local communities in snow leopard landscapes used, valued, and governed ecosystem services. Here she shares with us the main findings of her work and what drives her to support snow leopard conservation.
More than 4,500 people ran in the first-ever snow leopard half-marathon in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan!
Dr. Charu Mishra, the Snow Leopard Trust’s Acting Executive Director, shares thoughts on why snow leopards are so rare in a new article published by RoundGlass Sustain.
New tool allows supporters to turn their birthdays and other special events into fundraising campaigns to benefit their favorite big cat!
Snow Leopard Trust Mongolia Director and 2019 Goldman Prize winner Bayara Agvaantseren has taken an unusual path to becoming an environmental hero.
The snow leopard’s ability to blend in with its surroundings is legendary. It even earned the cat its most famous nickname, Ghost of the Mountain.
Ski touring fundraiser held across eleven countries raises over $18,000 for snow leopard conservation and research.
Help herders coexist with snow leopards and keep these endangered cats safe!
You did it! Thanks to your votes, Mongolian herder woman and snow leopard conservation activist Surenkhuu Luvsan has won the 2018 David Shepherd Conservation Champion Award!
Long-time Snow Leopard Trust supporters Elizabeth Brill, Susan Anderson and Chris Sakach are embarking on the journey of a lifetime this fall: a trip to Snow Leopard Research camp in Mongolia’s South Gobi desert. Elizabeth has been kind enough to document their experiences for us. This is her first dispatch from Mongolia.