A collection of powerful and eye-opening writing that exposes both the beauty of our planet's wildlife and the on-going struggle to protect it from ourselves.
Who Wants to Shoot an Elephant - Nice in-depth look at the role of hunting in conservation. Why are elephant numbers in countries that allow legal hunts rising and falling where they are banned?
Blood in the Sand: Killing a Turtle Advocate - A look at the turtle poaching crisis in Costa Rica and the murder of conservationist Jairo Mora Sandoval by "Hueveros" or turtle egg poachers.
How We're Driving Bluefin Tuna to Extinction - Setting quotas for fish catches isn't slowing the demise of Bluefin Tuna due to illegal fishing hauls. New means to track whether your sushi is legal.
Africa Wild - Paula Kahumbu's dispatches from Kenya for The Guardian give a front-seat view into the country's beautiful wildlife and the poaching tragedy that is unfolding in the East African country.
Gyres - The terrifying true story of the garbage that could kill the whole human race - all about the human legacy of plastic, and it's final resting place in our ocean's gyres or garbage patches.
The Most Trafficked Mammal You've Never Heard Of - 'If the pangolin went to high school, it would be the drama geek -- elusive, nocturnal, rarely appreciated and barely understood.'
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