August 12th was officially #WorldElephantDay and just a little over a week before that was the New York City Ivory Crush, where nearly 2 tons of illegal ivory was confiscated and destroyed [...]
“One set of offsets comes from the Chyulu Hills in Kenya, an area a little bigger than Rhode Island, where protecting the forest serves multiple benefits–beyond absorbing CO2, the forest [...]
The project is managed by the Chyulu Hills Conservation Trust, a coalition of government, community and NGO partners including the Kenya Wildlife Service, Kenya Forest Service, Maasai Wilderness [...]
Conservation International (CI) launches its Carbon Footprint Calculator, a tool to calculate your carbon footprint and reduce it by purchasing what’s called an “offset.” One beneficiary of these [...]
Our first aerial wildlife count of the year was conducted on May 14th 2017. Two teams of five headed out early that morning in two Cessna 206s to cover a distance of 800 miles/1300km over the [...]
If you haven’t read our article on our breakdown of how CITES works you can read it by clicking: All things CITES and CoP17. In more recent news, the 183 parties (countries) participating [...]
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