Posts Tagged ‘ Conservation ’

Migratory species: their future is our future

17. Oktober 2017

Azzedine Downes Oct 17 2017 The article below was authored by Azzedine Downes, IFAW President and CEO, for distribution in the upcoming Convention on Migratory Species (CMS) Cop12 publication, shared here with permission. read more
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Inside look into Friends of the Koala

17. Oktober 2017
Inside look into Friends of the Koala

Laure Boissat Oct 17 2017 I find myself on the passenger seat of a koala rescue van at 8am on a Sunday morning – a typical spring at Friends of the Koala (FOK). Two residents in the Northern Rivers, New South Wales have called FOK to report koalas in need of help. This type...
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Zimbabwe Elephant Nursery and the Zambezi-Kazuma Landscape Conservation Project

13. Oktober 2017
Zimbabwe Elephant Nursery and the Zambezi-Kazuma Landscape Conservation Project

Dr. Joseph Okori Oct 13 2017 read more
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Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2017

5. Oktober 2017

Kelvin Alie Oct 5 2017 We're coming off an inspiring week among peers and experts who are putting their skills to work in telling the story of the Earth's wildlife and habitats. The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is an international celebration of the best producers, editors, film crews and conservation storytellers over a...
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Volunteering with orphaned elephants in Zambia

28. September 2017
Volunteering with orphaned elephants in Zambia

Lisa Olivier Sep 28 2017 The following blog was submitted by Kafue Release Facility research volunteer Lina Schaefer. – LO read more
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Clone of Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

28. September 2017
Clone of Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

Christina Pretorius Sep 22 2017 read more
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IFAW launches #OneActForAll to protect the ESA

21. September 2017

Carson Barylak Sep 21 2017 With the support of over two dozen celebrity advocates, IFAW is taking a stand to protect the US Endangered Species Act (ESA). Together we are launching the #OneActForAll campaign, calling on US citizens to take action.  read more
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Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

18. September 2017
Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

Christina Pretorius Sep 18 2017 Dr. Joseph Okori joined IFAW earlier this year to lead our landscape conservation programme and our Southern Africa Regional office. He directs our work to save elephants, rhinos, lions and other African wildlife through the protection of critical landscapes, mitigation of human-wildlife conflict and ecologically sustainable community development projects. ...
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Conversation with the author: New graphic novel peers into climate change through an insect’s perspective

12. September 2017

Kerry Branon Sep 12 2017 “A potent, educational work…” — Kirkus Review “Once upon a time there were humans. They disappeared in 2150. Here’s how it happened…” read more
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IFAW collaborates on new scientific report about sharks, rays and chimaeras

7. September 2017
IFAW collaborates on new scientific report about sharks, rays and chimaeras

Dr. Akram Darwich Sep 7 2017 read more
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Kasungu National Park’s wildlife is recovering after 25 years of poaching

6. September 2017

Deanne Gibbs Sep 6 2017 The increase in scale and nature of the illegal wildlife trade combined with Malawi’s previously undeveloped and ineffective law enforcement efforts has had a devastating effect on the nation’s wildlife. Kasungu National Park, Malawi’s oldest protected area was once a thriving ecosystem with an abundance of wildlife. Rhino and...
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IFAW honors two staff members with Amboseli travel

5. September 2017

Sep 5 2017 IFAW staffers Angela Williams and Debbie Zinck were recipients of our organization-wide 2016 Barbara Fried Brand Ambassador Award, which recognizes two staff members who would not otherwise have the opportunity to visit an IFAW project.  read more
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