After 17 years, conservationists finally achieve the first success of the Sumatran rhino captive breeding program. How’d they do it? This is part three in a new series on the history of Sumatran Rhino conservation, the Rhino Debacle. Read full article here.
After conservationists draw up a plan to capture wild rhinos and breed them in captivity, things go horribly awry. This is part two in a new series on the history of Sumatran Rhino conservation, the Rhino Debacle. Read full article here.
The Rhino Debacle: this is part one in a new series on the history of Sumatran Rhino conservation. Read the full article here.
A new report finds a rising trend of criminalizing indigenous people for standing up to economic projects. Threats, jailing, beating, even extrajudicial killing. Read the article here.
The lions of Namibia’s northwest coast live inhabit the most arid region of their current range, making them distinct both in looks and behavior. But can the small population survive the one-two-three punch of trophy hunting, conflict with farmers, and climate change? Read full article here.
Global heat is shifting into high gear over the next five years. Read full article here.
Zambia proposes to cull its hippos – but how do we know an animal is overpopulated? Rad full article here.
A hunter. A dead lion. A cover up? Read the full story here.
A feature piece focused on those who have dedicated their lives to saving this wonderful species. Read it here.
What happens after the logging stops. Read the full story here.