'It seems almost inconceivable that any country or individual would actively support opening up legal international trade in rhino horn,' says Will Travers of the Born Free Foundation
Fulfilling pledges promised at the Giants Club Summit, conservationists work with the UN and Ugandan officials to develop legal guidelines to strengthen poaching prosecutions
'This kind of accident is rare, unpredictable and unusual' zoo spokesperson says
The 100 black and white rhinos, that will be relocated from South Africa to Botswana, were pledged to match the 100 planes at the Race for Rhinos event, hosted by Botswana Tourism on the Makgadikgadi Pans
The Saracens players have been carrying the Aviva Premiership trophy on their journey, which was won by the team this season
Paul and Elizabeth Njoroge's farm in central Kenya is a fertile five acres on a steep slope where crops flourish enough that the family should be relatively wealthy.
Borsak defends hunting after being challenged by Green MP
Around 30,000 elephants are killed every year across Africa, many of them feeding the demand for ivory in Asia
'Anybody who owns ivory, you should be ashamed of yourself'
Over 100 tonnes of illegally poached ivory will be reduced to ash as the Kenyan government signals its commitment to combating the illegal wildlife trade by burning its entire ivory stockpile
Kenya's Ministry of Tourism, supporting partner of the Giants Club Summit, explains why this east African country is such an appealing prospect for investors
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
The Giants Club summit launched today with a call by Kenya’s president for delegates to work together to become “custodians” of the planet and its wildlife
On Saturday, as Kenya burns over 100 tonnes of poached ivory, the world will witness a powerful expression of Africa's commitment to halting the illegal trade decimating the continent's elephants
The ivory trade is driven mainly by demand from the US and Asian countries