Ranger Ghislain Somba Byombo on Protecting the Wildlife He Loves
For over 20 years, Ghislain Somba Byombo has risked his life to protect wildlife in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). His reason for d
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The recent death of a beloved lion in Zimbabwe has sparked international outrage, with news that a US hunter killed "Cecil" after guides all
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University of Canterbury Canterbury ‘Bee Team’ helps typhoon victims in the Philippines Five University of Canterbury (UC) students have ret
London Linen garment - sown, grown and made in London
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Jo Fitzpatrick UK sculptor Robin Wight creates dramatic scenes of wind-blown fairies clutching dandelions, clinging to trees, and seemingly
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French photographer and environmental activist, Yann Arthus Bertrand, author of 'The Earth from the Air', sets out his hopes and fears for t
Seed Freedom! A last chance to thwart the great African seed grab
Nineteen African nations meet today in Arusha, Tanzania, to finalise a 'plant protection' protocol that would open up the continent's seeds