Two of KwaZulu-Natal’s most respected and experienced conservationists have jointly argued that the controversial ‘Fuleni’ coal mine envisioned to be established right on the boundary of the Wilderness area of the historic iMfolozi Game Reserve will undermine and in some cases destroy the very fabric of managing Protected Areas in KZN, if not South Africa.
South African Youth Rhino Ambassadors & the World Youth Wildlife Declaration heading to Vietnam.
As World Rhino Day 2015 approaches (22 September), with no respite in the decimation of South Africa’s rhinos by poaching syndicates supplying the ongoing demand for rhino horn, five Youth Rhino Ambassadors have been selected to represent South Africa and carry an important appeal to Vietnamese citizens and Asian government leaders to urgently bring an end to the rhino poaching crisis.
In an age of rapid news dissemination, sometimes we forget events and people who made – and are still making – a real difference. In this case a “colossal difference”, according to KZN Project Rhino affiliate Yvette Taylor of the Lawrence Anthony Foundation.
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