What’s more important than a leader?

There’s a video floating around YouTube that was shown to me years ago during a workshop on leadership. It’s of a crowd of people at an outdoor concert, most of which are lounging on blankets watching the show. The camera is focused on one man in particular, not far...

Working together for a wilder China

My first trip to China was underway and, as the aircraft circled to land at Beijing, I had a second thought (for the third time!) about everything… “Should I be doing this?” China was a huge mystery to me…yet very appealing. I had never been to China, only to...

Working together brings the impossible within reach in Mali

The challenge of operating in the Gourma grows as the jihadist insurgency advances by stealth, tapping into local grievances to expand their influence. This of course runs counter to the Mali Elephant Project’s strategy of bringing diverse groups together to...

The Amazon is calling, will you pick up?

The Field Guide to Nature Needs Half, Part 4     Click here to find the previous installment of the Nature Needs Half Field Guide to the Kayapo Project.   This is the fourth installment of a five-part series featuring a partner project in the Nature Needs Half...

The Secret to Saving the Rainforest

The Field Guide to Nature Needs Half, Part 3: The secret to saving the rainforest? Hint: It’s smaller than you think.   Click here to find the previous installment of the Nature Needs Half Field Guide to the Kayapo Project.   This is the third installment of a...

Field Guide to Nature Needs Half, Part 2

Kayapo Prowess – Could you defend a rainforest from deforestation without an iPhone?     Read the first installment of the Nature Needs Half Field Guide to the Kayapo Project >   This is the second installment of a four-part series featuring a partner project in the...

Field Guide to Nature Needs Half

Traditional Cultures & NGOs Ally to Prevent the Wholesale Deforestation of the Rainforest   This is the first installment of a four-part series featuring a partner project in the Nature Needs Half Network. Each installment will run weekly, and every month we will...

Remembering the legacy of Corporal Souleymane

We are sad to announce that Caporal Souleymane Tangara, a member of our Mali Elephant Project’s Anti-poaching Unit, was killed by jihadists when responding to an attack on UN personnel in Douentza. To honor his legacy and provide support to the family he leaves...
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