Robert Weladji, Concordia University and Alys Granados, University of British Columbia In recent years, ecologists have been able to confirm the existence of species previously thought…
Lush rainforest covers millions of hectares of the Democratic Republic of Congo, a central part of Earth’s natural defence against global warming — but it is…
One man in South Africa has dedicated his life to conservation. Nunu Jobe grew up in KwaZulu-Natal province and now spends most days tracking southern white rhino on foot while educating communities and schools on the importance of wildlife.
“It’s very original, it’s a very untypical place — I’ve seen nothing like it elsewhere” -French tourist
“We are delighted that this partnership gets us one step closer to prevent extinction of the northern white rhinos”
The goal is to reduce the threat of desertification and combat climate change
In Kenya, as across Africa, populations of the world’s tallest mammals are quietly, yet sharply, in decline. Giraffe numbers across the continent fell 40 percent between 1985 and 2015, to just under 100,000 animals, according to the best figures available to the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Giraffe numbers across the continent fell 40 per cent between 1985 and 2015, to just under 100,000 animals
Demand for Ivory from Asian countries, including Singapore has led to a surge in poaching across Africa
Just 100 kilometres from downtown Lagos, Omo Forest is home to an estimated 100 forest elephants, shy relatives of their larger savannah cousins. But the survival of this rare species is hanging in the balance, threatened by rampant deforestation in their natural habitat.