Mali Elephant Project: How much nature do humans need to survive?

For local communities living alongside elephants in the Gourma region of Mali, it would be close to 10 million acres. At the minimum.

Why “WHY” isn’t enough

When we believe in something, it gains energy – but when we go to work on something, it gains power.

Is Realism Helpful?

Rapidly dwindling opportunities to act in time to end the Sixth Extinction and address the climate crisis leave many of us torn between what we think is likely about the future and what we think is possible.

Project Report from Isandlwana

EDUCATION: EDUPEG: 7 Schools within the programme at present but the project is not really achieving the required results. It appears that most...

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The WWC Chronicles: Tina Tin

Tina Tin, freelance consultant and an adviser to the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition, participated in the WILD9 Wilderness Management Seminar...

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And then there were three

The Copenhagen Climate talks were supposed to be the place where the global community finally achieved broad consensus, providing at the very least...

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Elephant Collaring in Pafuri

Tracking animal movements is a key part in large-scale conservation, especially with keystone species such as bears, cougars, elephant and...

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