Conservation Frontlines

Oct 6th

2021

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Stories of the Wild

This documentary presents the story of elephants, wildebeest, and lions as told through the visualization of data gathered from GPS collars used for research. Year: 2021 Producer: Internet of Elephants Duration: 5 Minutes The post Stories of the Wild appeared first on Conservation Frontlines. The views expressed by the editors, authors or users of this […]

Sep 25th

2021

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Wild Allies

For thousands of years, falconry has been central to the life and culture of Arabia. This documentary takes a look at the fascinating history of Arab falconry, from its origins in the desert to its prominence today and the conservation of the fierce and majestic falcons. It also tells the story of the King Abdulaziz […]

Aug 28th

2021

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Suing to protect valuable wildlife

Wildlife is valuable. When harmed, such as by commercial poaching or illegal trade, our response should be not only to punish offenders, but to seek remedies. Conservation litigation provides opportunities to secure justice for wildlife.   We work hard to protect things of value and—when someone harms them—we frequently respond strongly. These responses often seek […]

Aug 21st

2021

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Let’s Forge Conservation Coalitions

Antagonism between hunters and those who don’t like hunting is probably the single biggest reason why a powerful natural alliance to conserve and enhance wildlife and wildlife habitat is elusive to this day—although it could literally move mountains and overcome most obstacles facing ecosystem conservation.    There are quite a few organizations and individuals devoted […]

Aug 14th

2021

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Hunters and Anglers need to be on Frontlines of Biodiversity Conservation

The Hunt Fish 30 by 30 coalition’s priorities were directly acknowledged in the Biden Administration’s report Conserving and Restoring America the Beautiful—but continued dialogue with, and active engagement by the sporting community is essential.   Conservation, indeed, is on the frontlines. As topics like biodiversity conservation and climate change continue to become more mainstream, there […]

Aug 8th

2021

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Zimbabwe’s Elephant Problem | State of the Nation

Zimbabwe has over 85 000 elephants. The country’s national parks only have space for just about half of that number and the question is: what can Zimbaweans do to protect people and ecosystems from too many elephants? Year: 2021 Producer: Eleven Dogs Inc Duration: 7 Minutes The post Zimbabwe’s Elephant Problem | State of the […]

Aug 1st

2021

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Trophy hunting: how it can protect Africa’s wildlife

Trophy hunting sparks outrage around the world, but it can actually help to protect Africa’s endangered landscapes and wildlife. Taking this proven conservation tool off the table, with no viable alternative, puts millions of acres of habitat, the wildlife and the people living there, at risk. In the African countries, where hunting is properly managed, […]

Jun 18th

2021

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Cooperative Conservation–It’s what defines the hunting narrative

“There is almost nothing more integral to being human than this sharing”—of hunted or foraged food, and the cooperation behind it. Hunting stories are what we tell our friends and family about our own experiences; the hunting narrative is the collective history we tell as a broader hunting community. We can tell our hunting stories however we […]

Jun 4th

2021

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It’s About the Future—Yours, Ours & Theirs

In January, more than 50 countries—the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People; in short, HAC—announced a bold commitment: That the Conference of Parties of the Convention on Biodiversity, scheduled for October in Kunming, China, agree to protect at least 30% of the planet’s lands and oceans by 2030. Science justifies this bold 30×30 target […]

May 7th

2021

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Conservation 101: Do you know the difference between conservation and preservation?

Do you know the difference between conservation and preservation? Many people think conservation and preservation are the same thing when it comes to managing natural resources, but there are important differences between them: Conservation means actively managing land for multiple, sustainable uses according to science. Preservation is a hands-off approach—letting nature take its course, with […]

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