Galapagos: Why live in paradise if you canÂ´t save the Bay?
I have been lucky enough to live in the most amazing place on Earth for the last two and a half years â€“ the Galapagos Islands. Every visitor, colleague and even close relative usually starts a conversation about how lucky I am to live in paradise. My answer is always affirmative, but it comes with […]Read more
The day the ocean arrived
Reflections on the opening of the first ever UN Ocean Conference, New York. Iâ€™ve been working in ocean conservation for more than two decades and this week feels different from any Iâ€™ve experienced before. I think weâ€™ve made a breakthrough for the ocean. Itâ€™s no single initiative â€“ although Iâ€™m seeing many strong ones being […]Read more
Zero poaching or zero wildlife?
The rainy season is now ending in Tanzania. In the coming months, WWF will increase its field activities to stop poaching in the Selous and secure the future of one of the most important protected areas in the world. George Atanasi and Said Nkinga are Selous Game Reserve rangers. They were Selous rangers before it […]Read more