Originally published in The Guardian. Increase in conflict between species and drought prompt sale of animals that are at risk of extinction due to poaching.
Originally published in The Guardian. Photograph: 2630ben/Getty Images/iStockphoto Namibia plans to auction 170 wild elephants because of drought and an increase in numbers bringing them
Lausanne, 18 June 2020 – On Tuesday, Chris Lischewski, the driving force behind the creation of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF), received a three-year
Foreword For some time CHASA has observed certain events within the legislative houses of the United Kingdom that have been concerning and even alarming regarding
By Rodney Genricks. The diagram was developed for the express purpose of making people aware of who the beneficiaries were in a sustainable way and
By Aidan Wallace. Originally published in the Toronto Sun. The polar bear population is increasing according to federal affidavits submitted by Inuit groups, Blacklock’s Reporter reports. “Inuit
Tiger sharks will never be in danger of depletion, nor worse, under current fishing methods worldwide. They mature very quick as far as sharks go,
By Kristof Titeca and Patrick Edmond. Originally published in Conservation and Society. Abstract There have been widespread reports of elephant poaching by the Lord’s Resistance
Originally published in Cogent Social Sciences. Abstract: The community-based natural resources management (CBNRM) pro- gramme in Botswana was developed to facilitate a partnership between local
Abstract: The community-based natural resources management (CBNRM) pro- gramme in Botswana was developed to facilitate a partnership between local communities and government for the conservation
How do you read the allegations in the video?
The “global conservation /animal rights organisations” led by Citec are destroying the future of Africa’s remaining wildlife. In a couple of weeks I will be