Monthly Archives: October 2013

Debating in London: To Trade or not to Trade?

The Big Earthwatch Debate at the Royal Geographical Society in London this year addresses the big question of whether trading in wildlife parts can help to ┬ásave endangered species such as elephants, rhinos and tigers. We are very much opposed to trade of this kind, believing it only contributes in the long term (and in […]

2013: The year so far…

Hi everyone. As we gear up to begin a new project in the amazing Ruaha ecosystem of southern Tanzania – where East Africa’s 2nd largest elephant population is under increasing poaching pressure – here is a brief round-up of our year so far… In January, UEP Director Dr. Trevor Jones attended a two-day meeting in […]