The Endangered Wildlife Trust
The Endangered Wildlife Trust was established in 1973 and is registered as a Non-profit Organisation, registration number 015-502 NPO and PBO number 930 001 777. The EWT is 501 (c) (3) compliant, US IRS Reg. EMP98-0586801. The EWT fills the key niche of on-the-ground conservation action. Our specialist programmes and large team of skilled field staff are deployed throughout southern Africa and focus on applied fieldwork, research and direct engagement with stakeholders. Our work supports the co...
You Talked To Dove Now Talk To Nestlé.
Ask them to stop using palm oil from forest destruction. UPDATE: Thanks to the staggering public support for our international Dove campaign in April 2008, Unilever has now agreed to play their part in saving the Paradise Forests of South East Asia. As the biggest single buyer of palm oil in the world, Unilever has a special responsibility to help clean up the industry that's behind so much forest destruction. They have agreed to support the call by Greenpeace for an immediate moratorium on de...
This is the Conservation Song! It is set to the tunes of both "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day and "Hakuna Matata" in the Lion King.
Bushmeat Threat To Wildlife
A short film about the threat to wildlife in Kenya from the bushmeat trade. See http://www.bornfree.org.uk/bushmeat for more information.
Eating Bush Meat In Cameroon - Bbc Food & Travel
This video contains images of hunting some viewers may find disturbing. Intrepid food writer Stefan Gates is in Cameroon to take a closer look at the issues surrounding illegal bush meat and the killing of endangered animals. Interesting video from BBC travel show 'Cooking in the Danger Zone'. *Comment: Someone should teach them to raise cattle, pigs, and chickens.