Soccer for Conservation?

The link between soccer and conservation may not be totally clear – but there are many organizations (WILD included) who incorporate sport, primarily soccer, into their youth-engagement and outreach programs.  Let’s look at WILD’s Isandlwana program,...

Marine Wilderness – A Powerful Planning Tool

In light of the current state of the Gulf of Mexico – the many animals and plant species impacted and the long-term, not yet fully understood impacts of the BP oil spill – I think it is important to highlight some forward thinking work that the US, Mexican...

Update from KwaZulu Natal EduPeg Program

We just received the first quarter reports and newsletters from the EduPeg program, which continues to make a huge positive impact on the lives of children in Botswana and South Africa.  Below is a brief update on the KwaZulu Natal program, which includes 38 schools...

The Rain has arrived in Mali!

We are breathing a sigh of relief as it has been raining since the beginning of June and so far the rains are good! This year was very tough for the elephants. Usually they rely on the lake of Banzena for water at this time of year, but this year it was crowded with...

Opportunity: WorldNomads – Travel Scholarships

Just received this great scholarship opportunity for active, environmentally conscious folks interested in film: Kick start your documentary career by going on assignment into the Amazon with documentary producer Trent O’Donnell (who filmed our Positive...
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