“What a baby sees in the nest, it then repeats when it grows up.” Aisholpan, a 13-year-old Kazakh girl from Mongolia, commits to a family tradition going back 12 generations.READ MORE
Cowardly, scavengers, maniacal harbingers of witchcraft—the hyena image in the human mind is hardly flattering. Thanks to the likes of Disney, ancient prejudices live on in the 21st Century. Keith Somerville’s new book aims to set the record straight.
An exploration of how communities around the world are tackling some of the biggest global challenges—the climate, the environment—as well as local conservation goals, all the while sustaining their livelihoods.
We selected a range of new scientific, peer-reviewed papers and thesis submissions. Scan the abstracts for an overview. Links to the original papers are provided. Check also additions to the Conservation Frontlines library for more recent material.READ MORE
CFL’s North American Editor reviews Lord Ashcroft’s attempt to drag the business of breeding, ‘hunting’ and slaughtering pen-raised lions in South Africa into the light. READ MORE
“The sacred place where life begins.” This feature-length documentary from the Patagonia company follows courageous citizens fighting the move to privatize US federal lands. READ MORE
We selected a range of new scientific, peer-reviewed papers and thesis submissions. Scan the abstracts to get an overview. Links to the original papers are provided (check also additions to the Conservation Frontlines library for more recently added material)READ MORE