Image Credit: Karl Ammann on location in China. Karl Ammann is a conservationist and wildlife photographer “Breaking Point: Uncovering South… Read more Breaking Point: Uncovering South Africa’s Shameful Live Wildlife Trade with China
As we await the United Kingdom’s planned legislation resulting from the “Consultation on controls on the import and export of… Read more Shooting Captive Animals for Sport (and Trade)
The NSPCA (National Council – Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)), reported on 13 May 2020: … Read more Captive Lions in Deplorable Condition
Banner Image courtesy of Mark Boulton – “Lewa Conservancy, Kenya” – Elsa Trust and Elsamere IWB’s Submission to the HLP,… Read more Submission to South Africa’s High-Level Panel – elephant, lion, leopard and rhinoceros
By Ross Harvey, Conservation Action Trust, 13 April 2020 Botswana hides behind national “sovereignty” while selling off its natural heritage to… Read more Elephant Hunts for Sale During a Pandemic
Banner image courtesy of Animals Asia In the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the legal trade and illegal wildlife trafficking trade has come… Read more Zoonotic Diseases of Mass Destruction (Part II) – Who is regulating who?
Banner Image – “Late last year, 32 wild animals, including lions, giraffes, white and black rhinos, lions and cheetahs, were… Read more Living with wild animals (Part Two): Eat them like there’s no tomorrow
6th April 2020 Dear Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus [Director General, World Health Organisation] and Dr Zhang Qi [Co-ordinator of Traditional and… Read more Open letter to World Health Organisation
As we approach World Health Day on Tuesday, 7 April 2020 – please join the call to end wildlife markets/wildlife… Read more Living with wild animals, Part One: Cash cows or fellow beings?
Banner image courtesy of artist Olaf Hajek and The New York Times Sunday Review The ‘true’ cost of wildlife abuse… Read more Zoonotic Diseases of Mass Destruction