Thanks for the generous coverage of the MaxwellKnight Symposium in the IAT Bulletin.
A wake-up call from the WWF: Wildlife populations around the world have declined by 60% since 1970. It’s time to decide. Are you for the world, or against it? Join the #FightForYourWorld http://ow.ly/BUMv30mrGOz
According to The Independent, actor and environmentalist, Leonardo DiCaprio didn't mince his words during an encounter with Donald Trump. In an attempt to encourage Mr Trump to see the opportunity to make nature great again, DiCaprio tried to sway him to take another look at the Paris Climate Agreement. Reverting to type, Trump claimed that the Paris … Continue reading Trump administration’s stance on the environment is ‘willful ignorance’ says DiCaprio
If there is something to celebrate it's the dedicated people who commit their life to the protection of wildlife and make every day a World Rhino Day. These wonderful (underpaid) individuals deserve all the cake and tea in China; however, I've a feeling they don't have much of an appetite to party after spending 364.25 … Continue reading It’s World Rhino Day today, who feels like celebrating?
WWF calls on governments to fast-track action on conservation, climate change and sustainable development New data released by WWF and ZSL (Zoological Society of London) today reveals that overall global vertebrate populations are on course to decline by an average of 67 per cent from 1970 levels by the end of this decade, unless urgent … Continue reading LANDMARK REPORT SHOWS GLOBAL WILDLIFE POPULATIONS ON COURSE TO DECLINE BY 67 PER CENT BY 2020
There's a real-life international power struggle and the antagonist is man 'demanding more from the planet than it can renew,' reports WWF in the Living Planet Report 2016 'Since the early 1970s, humanity has been demanding more from the planet than it can renew (see below). By 2012,' writes WWF in the Living Planet Report … Continue reading The World Is Not Enough According To WWF’s Living Planet Report 2016 (in fact, we require the ‘biocapacity equivalent of 1.6 Earths’)