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By Belinda Stewart-Cox, British Asian Trust and Elephant Family Conservation Advisor and Myanmar project leader
On the anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), a treaty signed by almost 200 countries.
In November 2022, world-renowned conservationists Dr Sanjay Gubbi and Ben Goldsmith talked to some of our dearest supporters about why our quest to protect wildlife and habitats must remain relentless.
Our CoExistence campaign shone a light on Asia’s wild elephants and the indigenous communities living alongside them. Find out what’s happened since the launch in this update.
This World Elephant Day, supporting elephant conservation has never been so easy (or delicious)! Our new Certified Elephant Friendly™ tea created in collaboration with HOUSE of WARIS Botanicals, is an excellent way to help protect pachyderms while enjoying a lovely cuppa.
On World Elephant Day HOUSE of WARIS Botanicals invites all tea drinkers to be part of a movement that protects India’s wild elephants and biodiversity.
We are in the middle of a triple planetary crisis. Climate disruption. Nature and biodiversity loss. Pollution and waste. This triple crisis is threatening the well-being and survival of millions of people, animals and biodiversity around the world.
Seven giant egg-shaped masterpieces created by leading artists will pop up in Chelsea, London from 16 May to 12 June 2022 to honour and celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
From 16 May, you’ll be able to join a trail to find the seven eggs which will be on display across the Cadogan Estate in Chelsea.