Monthly Archives: November 2007

Outraged with Japan over whale hunting

I can’t contain my anger and disgust at Japans intention, once again, to contravene the International Whaling Commissions (IWC) conventions in order to embark on a massive whale hunt. This issue has attracted an enormous amount of attention because this year they are going further than ever before. You can read other views from Chile […]

Video – Do Parks make sense in a changing climate?

Today I am posting a video cast with my thoughts on conservation in parks in relation to changing climate. This is a subject that I feel strongly about and hope that we can start a discussion about how we can protect the needs of wild animals and plants in the future. [kml_flashembed movie=”″ width=”425″ height=”350″ […]

Disaster relief for Biodiversity

One of the most famous wildlife spectacles, the flamingoes of Lake Nakuru National Park are at risk of pandemics like bird flu When we started WildlifeDirect, the idea was to address the chronic shortfall of funds for sustaining Africa’s protected areas, we believe that these parks and protected areas are key to the conservation and […]