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.
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.
Last summer, more than 100 life-size lantana elephant sculptures took over the Royal Parks in London as part of our CoExistence campaign.
Our conservation work is firmly underscored by the principle of coexistence.
We can all do our bit to prevent the loss of biodiversity and protect our natural world. Here’s five simple things you can do.
While many plants and animals are suffering due to the Earth’s rising temperatures and changing climate, others are thriving.
The impacts of climate change are insidious and far reaching, causing dramatic shifts in weather patterns and exacerbating existing events to the point of deadly danger. One such shift is occurring in the Kaziranga National Park, in the state of Assam in India.