Voice Of America – Clay Elephants Help Save Real Elephant From Voice Of America June 15, 2015 2:54 PM Faiza Elmasry Two years ago, when Maryland schoolgirl Miriam Gardsbane turned nine, her aunt — who lives in Kenya — ‘adopted’ an elephant in her name as a birthday gift. Miriam and her mother visited Africa […]
Profiles – Lek Chailert kim January 14, 2014 ASIA · CONSERVATION & ACTIVISM · FIELD RECORDINGS · PROFILES I met Lek just after the Tsunami in Dec. 2004. When she exposed me to the atrocities in Burma and Thailand I pledged to return and make a film with her to share to the potential travelers […]
For those of you you said “It cannot be done,” here’s the real poop, I mean scoop. Elephants have never been fully domesticated as dogs and cats. They can be released to the jungle under the correct circumstances and supervision, provided there is still habitat enough to support them. This is an iconic step forward […]
Miriam Gardsbane of Rockville, MD (USA) is another splendid example of youth taking control and making a difference for elephants after watching How I Became an Elephant. She is now passionate about helping elephants. She is not staying idle while elephants suffer. Miriam is affecting the hearts and minds of family and friends and her […]
I ask you, does the man in this picture resemble a person who is trophy hunting to protect a species? The whole idea is an oxymoron. But the picture says a lot to me. That is not the face of a man who is trying to protect a species but the face of a man […]
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Hello, Juliette is back, and she’s busy stamping out ivory poaching in Africa through peer to peer education and outreach with her Sega Girls project. Her latest project is 46% funded with just a few weeks to go. This is a great opportunity to contribute to grassroots activism with African youth. Pitch in, gang. “It […]
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