Tough to Swallow: Understanding the Impact of the 2008-2009 Financial Crisis on Wildlife Poaching *This is the first installment in our series Tough to Swallow, shedding light on the negative underbelly of wildlife poaching*
Why Youth Activism is Needed Today Rachel Jackson said, “Our youth are not failing the system; the system is failing our youth.” Many people believe that youth activism is a new thing that young adults have been doing but, youth activism has been around since the 1950’s.
Can scientists prove that elephants are self-aware beings? Written by Romy Wohlfarth parallax WcMgcq parallax WcMgcq We already know that elephants are one of the most intelligent animals in the world and that they are highly aware and emotional beings. They have shown empathetic actions many times towards conspecifics, other animals and humans.
Wildlife Poaching Could Soon Be Punished by the Death Penalty by Guest Blogger Kenya has become the go-to destination to experience a true African safari. In fact, this emerging east African country has dominated other iconic African safari destinations by the likes of South Africa, Tanzania, Namibia, and Uganda, and has been voted world’s topContinue reading “Wildlife Poaching Could Soon Be Punished by the Death Penalty”
South Africa’s Volunteer Programs : Conservation Initiatives or Money-making Schemes – by Guest Blogger Have you ever considered doing a conservation student volunteer program? The prices for the various programs available are extremely high.
A Once in a Lifetime Conservation Safari Experience Shared via Africa Geographic. The best safari is when you make a real difference during your travels. Imagine combining the splendour of those breathtaking African sunsets with outstanding Big 5 encounters and contributing to conservation solutions for Africa. image WcMgcq
South Africa’s First Frog Handbook Written in an Indigenous Language image WcMgcq ‘A Bilingual Guide to the Frogs of Zululand’ is the first in a planned series of publications that author Fortunate Mafeta Phaka (who is also our project director) calls ‘people friendly’ wildlife publications.
5 Ways Nature Can Help Youth to Beat Anxiety – by Marcus Clarke parallax WcMgcq Anxiety is frequent experienced by many people in the busy world in which we live. Research have uncovered that the most likely time for a person to develop an anxiety disorder is during childhood and adolescence.
Video: Our Founder Discusses Conservation and Youth Development With Play Your Part Watch our founder Dex Kotze on a TV show called Play Your Part as he discusses his conservation work and the importance of youth empowerment.
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