Mary Rice, executive director of the Environmental Investigation Agency, speaks on the ivory burn which is following this weekend's Giants Club Summit in Kenya, and urged people to get behind #jointheherd, the campaign spearheaded by wildlife charity WildAid
Kenyan Wildlife Service boss Kitili Mbathi explains the importance of the largest ivory burn in history, which the Kenyan government will undertake following the Giants Club Summit
The Oscar-winning actress is the latest high profile figure to throw her support behind this weekend's ivory burn and Giants Club Summit
Gun-toting rebels, poachers and even assassination attempts by Idi Amin were occupational hazards for legendary warden Paul Ssali. Ahead of the of the inaugural meeting of the Giants Club, of which Uganda is a founding member, his son Josh Ssali Sentogo tells his story
With international support in place from a UN General Assembly resolution and with new financial and technical commitments, it is time to increase actions being taken to conserve wildlife — including Africa’s mighty elephants
The animal had been working for 40 minutes in searing heat before she collapsed
New flights to Canada and in Mexico, health warnings in Tanzania and self-catering in the Caribbean and Ireland
The nations, conservationists and business leaders of the Giants Club hold many views on how best to protect elephants. Here Tshekedi Khama, Botswana’s environment minister, explains why his country does not burn tusks
With helicopters and high-tech weaponry, Laikipia County's Rapid Response Team is taking the fight to poachers in Kenya
In Gabon, eco-guards face being shot at every week by heavily armed poaching gangs. Alex Dymoke visited the country ahead of the Giants Club Summit
Chad's Zakouma National Park has had rare success in the battle against ivory poachers. Ahead of the Giants Club Summit, park director Rian Labuschange reveals how he did it
Saracens flanker and Space for Giants supporter on his retirement plans
The beauty and might of the majestic African elephant has been a part of my life from when I was a little boy growing up in Uganda. I spent my early childhood in the Masaka countryside, with my late Paternal Grandmother. My favorite moments with her were spent sitting at her feet listening to folk tales she shared during those Kerosene Lamp lit evenings. On top of that list was the tale of Waguludene and Wanjovu (Elephant). She did her best to keep my young mind occupied even through the horrors of the Idi Amin 1979 war, painting a beautiful picture through her stories of a world where man and wildlife lived in peace and harmony, with the mighty Elephant as a leader.
The Commission Against Environmental Crimes presented a decree banning the sale of ivory and its derivatives last Friday in Luanda.
The 'stolen' 18 were flown out on a large cargo plane which landed in Swaziland at 7:30am on 8 March
To celebrate World Book Day and World Wildlife Day on March 3rd, the conservation charity have released The Great Race to spread awareness, and fight the poaching crisis