Keeping up with our former interns: Sarah Doody parallax WcMgcq After completing her Youth 4 African Wildlife internship, Sarah returned to her film and theatre studies at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Since her internship she has gained the confidence to truly see a project through; from start to finish, and from the roughContinue reading “Keeping up with our former interns: Sarah Doody”
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50 Days to Save the African Rhino
50 Days to Save the African Rhino Rhino poaching is not a local problem anymore; it is a global issue. Five young people from around the world came to South Africa to work together and make a difference. They had 50 days to raise global awareness and funds to help save the African rhino fromContinue reading “50 Days to Save the African Rhino”
Citizen Carnage: Materialism & Misconceptions Killing Our Wildlife (Video)
Citizen Carnage: Materialism & Misconceptions Killing Our Wildlife (Video) [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hM6P4wRTyNc&w=854&h=510] Actress & Environmentalist Kate Bowen plays the role of ‘Citizen Carnage’, a self-centred modern human being leading a materialistic life filled with misconceptions about wildlife, the type of person the world does not need.
Civilization not so civilized
Civilization not so civilized The weeks spent working on conservation at ground level flew by like hours. The time to leave the veldt and head back to the big bad city had come. A few minutes following my return to civilization I noticed my breathing patterns were slightly different and a throbbing headache was startingContinue reading “Civilization not so civilized”
The not so obvious effects of rhino poaching.
The not so obvious effects of rhino poaching. A day with orphaned rhino calves tends to get one thinking about how this scourge of poaching will affect the new generation of rhinos, those future adults who if the status quo does not change will be senselessly hacked to death for their horns. Perhaps rhinos willContinue reading “The not so obvious effects of rhino poaching.”