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A global coalition of unlikely partners is giving new life to the fight against elephant poaching.
Continue reading "Can We Win the Ivory Wars? 4 Hopeful Signs"
The country’s new president could be a saving grace for its ailing ecosystems.
Continue reading "Is There New Hope for Madagascar?"
In the middle of a four-month bike race, CI supporter David Crane blogs from Ethiopia.
Continue reading "Teenager Bikes Across Africa for Conservation International"
The Maasai have been grazing their cattle here for centuries. Beatrice Lempaira wants to make sure their way of life can continue.
Continue reading "Gender, Climate Change and Livestock Management on the East African Plains"
African nations, working together, are accounting for nature.
Continue reading "Forging Ahead Toward a Sustainable Africa"
My questions for the community seemed absurd — until I tried a different tactic.
Continue reading "The Challenges of Life in a Malagasy Village"
In order to save their own skin, the people of Madagascar must save the living “skin” of their country.
Continue reading "Mapping Essential Ecosystems in the Land of Rice"
We’re seeing a perfect storm of extinction, poverty and radicalism. To change this equation, we must stop elephant poaching.
Continue reading "One Way to Fight Terrorism? End the Ivory Trade"
Halting the ivory trade could do more than protect elephants; it could help enhance national and global security.
Continue reading "Global Community Takes Bold Steps to Fight Elephant Poaching"