There are many conservation projects that EUAC members are involved in or are supporting. Many of these projects are long term and in situ with a strong spport from ex situ. To become involved with these projects please contact email@example.com for contact details of the project coordinators.
1. The Global Coral Conservatory: As outlined in this paper the Global Coral Conservatory aims to help establish a "Noah Ark" to protect corals and support reef ecosystems. The Conservatory consists of aquarium curators, scientists anf NGO is working hard to help protect corals from climate change. For more information please visit the website or get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for the contact details.
2. Project Coral: This is a project led by Horniman Museum and Gardens (UK) which aims to research coral reproduction together with international partners to develope techniques to stimulate coral production.For more information please visit the website or get in touch with email@example.com for the contact details.
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters has a website for their collaborative freshwater fish conservation programme in Greece. The site includes various projects included since 2005, when EUAC funded the original pilot project for the critically endangered Corfu killifish, Valencia letourneuxi. I think this is a nice example of how initial funding from the EUAC conservation fund has gone on to create a long-term programme of conservation work that continues to grow and yield results.