Let’s hear it for the superstars! Flagship species can transform conservation and Joe Hedges considers how key wild animals act as ambassadors for their habitat.
In a world increasingly at risk of ecological disaster due to the climate crisis, the importance of forests has never been clearer. On World Environment Day 2023, we highlight Born Free’s projects around the world that are helping preserve this critical ecosystem and the species that are integral to their functioning and survival.
Life on Earth is richly diverse and intricately interconnected but, we must each take personal action to counter biodiversity loss, explains Born Free’s International Policy Specialist Adeline Lerambert.
Growing scientific evidence shows keeping wildlife in the wild is essential in our fight against the climate crisis. We need to save wild animals to save ourselves, explains Head of Conservation Dr Nikki Tagg.
Our Head of Policy Dr Mark Jones talks to Ralph Chami, Assistant Director at the International Monetary Fund, about his work as an economist and his passion for wildlife.
Celebrating our amazing planet and investing in the future is something we can all get behind, encourages our Head of Education Laura Gosset.
Fifty years ago today, the text of a hugely significant international agreement on wildlife trade was agreed by 80 countries in Washington DC. But, is this anniversary really a happy birthday?
As India completes 50 years of its iconic tiger conservation program ‘Project Tiger’, the Satpuda Landscape Tiger Partnership (SLTP) teams met in Melghat Tiger Reserve last month as a part of their Annual Seminar.
A population of African green monkeys deemed invasive living on a Caribbean island has recently come under the spotlight.
Born Free’s International Policy Specialist Adeline Lerambert, and Head of Policy Dr Mark Jones, report on the outcomes of the global biodiversity meeting that has taken place in Canada.