Vietnamese Youth Helping Keep Rhino Wild By Fortunate M. Phaka (Youth 4 African Wildlife Project Leader)
Collaring Elephants: Inside their social circles and movement patterns, we learn how to better protect them written by Victoria Baldwin, Y4AW intern of July, 2015 It takes twenty-six of my hands to palm the girth of an average elephant collar. Harnessing an animal that size isn’t tangible until you hold the leather and buckles, passContinue reading “Collaring Elephants: Inside their social circles and movement patterns, we learn how to better protect them”
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”
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”
Video: Youth 4 Global Change parallax WcMgcq Can youth of today be a force for change and stop the slaughter of wildlife? Our Y4AW interns highlight successful youth movements in history and challenge youth of today to band together to end the poaching crisis.
The seduction of nature A must read by Jamie Joseph about beauty, bloodlust and ivory. The sins of the father must end in this generation.
Run For Your Life I’m a runner. I try to run everyday for at least 15 minutes. Outside. No treadmills allowed. And I have been a runner for about a year and a half. Well, a relatively regular runner for a year and a half now. When I started, it was just to try andContinue reading “Run For Your Life”
Connectivity— My Religion “I heard you talking earlier about religion. And I was just wondering what you believe in? Are you religious?” – JP (head ranger & my friend) For a few extended seconds, I stared at JP. It was the first time in a good long while that I’ve been asked to play theContinue reading “Connectivity— My Religion”