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Tackling human-wildlife conflict through...
In rural Botswana, human-wildlife conflict is affecting the livelihoods of local communities. BirdLife Botswana is engaging local communities to address this problem.
From Kalashnikovs to leopards: conservation in...
Hana’s family fled to the mountains of Kurdistan to escape a brutal regime. As an adult, she returned to create a safe haven for a threatened leopard. This is her story.
Showing only “doom and gloom” would cripple...
Studies show that people can be overwhelmed by information depicting the magnitude of damage on wildlife and their habitats, causing the perception of an irreversible and helpless situation.
Going through fire and water to save wildlife
An interview dedicated to all of the unrewarded volunteers that continue to help wildlife affected by the worst fires in Chile's modern history.
‘Worst ever’ forest fires ravage Chile’s wildlife
Wild animals are fleeing the forests towards inhabited areas in search of food and shelter as forest fires batter central and southern Chile.
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