Nakatuenita: Respect A documentary film about the Innu Nation of Labrador

The Innu Nation call the vast Nitassinan territory home. After resettlement in the middle of the 20th Century, the communities fell apart and into despair. Now the Innu are taking back control of their land, natural resources, government, schools, and social services.

Year: 2019
Producer: The Innu Nation & Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN)
Duration: 62 mins

Local Communities Conserve Their Environment, Support Their Economy

This animation video explores how local communities take action to conserve the natural environment they depend on. Focusing on the experiences of two communities, the Eastport Peninsula in Canada and Koh Pitak in Thailand, it highlights efforts to restore ecosystems, safeguard important natural areas, and diversify economies – making the environment and community livelihoods more sustainable for current and future generations.

Year: 2019
Producer: White Raven Consulting for the Community Conservation Research Network (CCRN).
Duration: 4.5 mins

Africa begs Europe: let us hunt wildlife

There are wildlife winners in Africa and wildlife losers. The wildlife winners are the countries that promote hunting. The wildlife losers, where animals are being slaughtered to extinction, are the countries where hunting is banned. Charlie Jacoby talks to some of the big noises behind big game hunting in Africa, as they appeal to MEPs in the European Parliament to leave them alone.

Year: 2018
Producer: Fieldsports Britain
Duration: 6 mins

DRC Translocation 2019 – Wildlife Vets Namibia

Wildlife Vets Namibia translocated over 1200 animals from game farms in Namibia to the Parc de la Valée de la N’Sele game reserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The 2019 operation included the capture of 205 animals, including waterbuck, blue wildebeest, eland, nyala and giraffe.

Year: 2019
Producer: Wildlife Vets Namibia
Duration: 8 mins

Elephant translocation – Wildlife Vets Namibia

In a joint operation between Wildlife Vets Namibia, Parc de la Valée de la N’Sele (DRC) and Mount Etjo Safaris (Namibia), a family of elephants has been translocated from Mount Etjo to the Parc de la Valée de la N’Sele in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Year: 2019
Producer: Wildlife Vets Namibia
Duration: 12 mins

Artenschutz mit dem Gewehr – Chancen und Risiken der Trophäenjagd (in German)

The hate-commentators in the net agree: Hunting is reprehensible, immoral and absolutely unnecessary. But is it really that easy? There are hunting projects that guarantee endangered species’ survival, like in Sango in southeastern Zimbabwe. There, habitat and wildlife protection is funded to 60 percent by hunting income. Now, Sango needed to cull or translocate elephants. Rifa, on the Zambezi River, had vacant land for the elephant resettlement. planet e. accompanies the operation and investigates the conservation benefits of hunting.

Video link: Artenschutz mit dem Gewehr – Chancen und Risiken der Trophäenjagd (in German)

Year: 2019
Producer: Sandra Theiß (ZDF)
Duration: 28 mins

Hunting for Wildlife Recovery

By making the conservation of wildlife habitat economically viable, generating revenue to fund anti-poaching efforts, and establishing critical income for local communities, hunting has proven to be an essential tool for wildlife conservation. These benefits help turn imperiled African wildlife from liabilities into assets as showcased the Mozambique’s Coutada 11.

Year: 2019
Producer: Property and Environment Research Center
Duration: 4.5 mins