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Constructive Coexistence

Constructive Coexistence

Lions are among the most intrinsic features of the African landscape. But the King of Beasts needs our help, even in its few remaining strongholds.

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Governments Must Do More

Governments Must Do More

As heads of state prepare to gather for the 6th Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China–Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) during the first week of December, AWF is making the case for wildlife conservation to be put on the official FOCAC agenda. The following piece, the first of a short series on FOCAC, was first published on AWF’s 2014 annual report.

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The Climate Change Road to Paris

The Climate Change Road to Paris

In two weeks an AWF delegation will join thousands of people from around the globe in Paris for the 21st Conference of Party on Climate Change. AWF is strongly urging all parties to support a binding and universal agreement on climate change.

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Planning for the Protection of Africa's Wild Lands

Planning for the Protection of Africa's Wild Lands

Designating boundaries is not sufficient to safeguard protected areas. National parks are being exploited by extraction companies, while other protected areas have become the hunting grounds of poachers. 

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Why Does It Matter if a Species Becomes Extinct?

Why Does It Matter If a Species Becomes Extinct?

The “butterfly effect”—the idea that a butterfly flapping its wings can set in motion a series of events that result in massive change halfway around the world—is a pretty apt way to describe our increasingly global and connected world. We could also call this the rhino effect.

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