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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 a political way forward that everyone could rally behind. Conservationists hoped that this new consensus would include...
The Heart of Wild Europe

The Heart of Wild Europe

The Prague conference was an exciting new step in the drive to protect the remaining 1% of Europe’s land that is still wild, with sincere congratulations hanks to the visionary chairmanship of Ladislav Miko (currently the Czech Minister of Environment), and the...
UPDATE on the World Heritage Committee’s Decisions!

UPDATE on the World Heritage Committee’s Decisions!

The World Heritage Committee inscribed 27 new sites to the World Heritage List –> 19 new cultural sites and 8 new natural sites. Extensions to sites already on the List were also added during the session. New cultural sites inscribed during the 32nd session:...
African Nations Unify for Conservation and Anti-Ivory Trade

African Nations Unify for Conservation and Anti-Ivory Trade

Late last week 17 African nations signed onto a monumental document announcing their unified dedication to elephant conservation and anti-ivory trading.  This extremely significant meeting and agreement formalizes the effort put forth by these nations to protect the...
Don’t Fence Me In! (Or Out!)

Don’t Fence Me In! (Or Out!)

We thought the battle had been won, but today we learn that it may just be beginning… In an effort to protect its cattle export industry from diseases contracted  through wildlife contact, the country of Botswana has for many years, erected large scale veterinary...
WILD Trustee Responds to Dhamra Port Development

WILD Trustee Responds to Dhamra Port Development

WILD Trustee Bittu Sahgal responds to Amlan Dutta , who works for Tata Steel and who defends the development of the Dhamra Port despite all evidence that it will destroy the largest nesting grounds in the world for the endangered Olive Ridley marine...