In Tanzania, an effort to create ‘food forests’ addresses not only climate mitigation but also community food needs and ecosystem regeneration.
Endangered Species Fertility: Researchers are now using fertility techniques developed for people — like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) — to try to bring back endangered species like Africa’s Northern White Rhino.
Trophy Hunting: Good for Wildlife, Conservation? Killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe last summer sparks debate about future of big game hunting in Africa
Big game hunters insist that their hobby does a lot to spur conservation given the huge fees they pay to the countries that host them, but environmentalists aren’t so sure…
How Can We Save Elephants Around the World? Uptick in poaching across Africa worries wildlife biologists, environmentalists
Environmentalists are scurrying to save elephants and other iconic African wildlife from extinction in the face of increasing poaching across Africa.
Ivory Poaching Rears its Head With Growing Demand for Ivory, Kenya’s Elephants Again Face an Uncertain Future
With growing demand for ivory, Kenya’s elephants face an uncertain future as poaching is once again on the rise, and environmentalists are wondering what to do next…
Rediscovering Sierra Leone: Ecotourism Blooms in West Africa
Is Africa’s Iconic Wildlife Headed For Extinction? The time is now to turn things around, or else...
The variety and abundance of wildlife in Africa is shrinking fast as human population grows and encroaches ever more on once wild and pristine landscapes.