Now or Never Future Conservation Heroes
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Now or Never African Wildlife Trust (Official Launch) Now or Never African Wildlife Trust -NPC A NEW wildlife organisation has launched with the aim of saving EVERY SINGLE surviving rhino or elephant victim of poaching.
Celebrities Plead; “STOP KILLING OUR RHINO” #WorldWildlifeDay On our 2013 Anti-poaching campaign we were joined by three celebrities,Christie Brinkley, Bai Ling, and Sailor Brinkley Cook, in support of our cause.
CITES Parties Failed African Lions at CoP17 WcMgcq by Fortunate M. Phaka The more than 180 nations that are party to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) must be commended for some tough decisions they have taken in the past. These are decisions that have contributed immenselyContinue reading “CITES Parties Failed African Lions at CoP17”
Kruger National Park’s Looming Elephant Poaching Crisis A few months after General Jooste warned of a looming elephant poaching crisis in Kruger National Park there are news reports estimating that 12 elephants were killed inside the park over a period of 7 weeks. This is alarming as incidents of elephant poaching in the park wereContinue reading “Kruger National Park’s Looming Elephant Poaching Crisis”
South African youth march against injustices associated with poaching by Fortunate M. Phaka
Ivory Road: Will elephants be extinct by 2025? Will elephants be extinct by 2025? Ivory road explains how the road leads to elephant collaring being such a necessary measure. It talks about what the road ahead looks like for African elephants. Ivory road gives a brief summary of the elephant poaching crisis and possible waysContinue reading “Ivory Road: Will elephants be extinct by 2025?”
The Rhino’s Last Shot Most efforts to save rhinos from extinction have been focused on protection and taking out the poaching foot soldiers; the people responsible for shooting rhinos and hacking off their horns. The rhinos’ last shot in race against extinction could be demand reduction campaigns, stricter laws and political will by concerned governments.
Wake Up! Easter Island was once a pristine tropical island thriving with life, primarily in the form of palm forests. After the arrival of Polynesian settlers, however, the ecosystem was transformed into a barren desert. These early inhabitants known as the Rapa Nui used the palm trees and their products for virtually everything: food, shelter,Continue reading “Wake Up!”