Fight against poaching must empower communities

Annette Hübschle, University of Cape Town Wildlife crimes – like rhino poaching, overfishing or the harvesting of cycads – were once considered a “green” matter. But this has changed. Such crimes have moved higher up on global security and policy agendas. This is partly linked to concerns about the extinction of species and the demise …

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Africa News Headlines for 15 May 2015 – Endangered Species Day Edition

Which is most valuable: Gold, cocaine or rhino horn? Source: Phys.org African Penguins to “Vanish” at Denver Zoo for Endangered Species Day Source: Benzinga 10 endangered species getting new help Source: USA Today Unprecedented Rhino Poaching in 2015 Source: Africa in Transition Kenyan Student Learns Reforestation in WV Spruce Trees Source: Public News Service Mozambique …

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