Imagine being able to enjoy an African safari experience while contributing to conservation solutions for the continent at the same time.
Ecologists argue that legalising trade in rhino horn won’t save the species, and that South Africa needs to be careful about decisions that they make.
Inspired by Mandela’s words of wisdom, a group of young people from Johannesburg hope to emulate their 1976 peers to protest against injustice. But this time they will be protesting against the injustices surrounding canned lion hunting, and elephant and rhino poaching.
An invasive approach that many do not feel comfortable with, collaring nevertheless provides an insight into elephants’ social circles and movement patterns so that we can learn how to better protect them.
The relationship between conservation and capitalism exists, but even the best of intentions requires effective implementation rather than false representation.