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December 2018 Archives

November of Terror and Silence in Loliondo has Turned into Christmas of Terror and Silence.

The situation is far, far too painful and help is needed from anyone with some influence.

Fear and silence have continued into December. In November Tanzanian soldiers could torture and chase away people, and burn their bomas, in serious violation of interim orders issued by the East Africa Court of Justice, while all leaders in Loliondo stayed silent – and cattle were illegally detained on village land. Beatings continue, and on 21st December 12 bomas (or per other accounts 11 bomas/24 houses) were burned in the Leken area of Kirtalo village.

More… Dec 28, 2018

How Native American tribes are bringing back the bison from brink of extinction.

The continent’s largest land mammal plays crucial role in spiritual lives of the tribes

More… Dec 12, 2018

Indigenous protected areas are the next generation of conservation.

Edéhzhíe is located in the Dehcho region of the Northwest Territories. It is the first Indigenous protected area designated in Canada.

More… Dec 07, 2018

Protecting Botswana’s elephants isn’t a numbers game.

Recent developments threaten Botswana’s well-established status as a successful conservation country.

More… Dec 06, 2018