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Sumatran orang-utan ©Karen Edwards Global Orangutan Day

A trek in search of Asia’s ‘critically endangered’ orang-utan

Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to see the orang-utan in it’s natural habitat. It was a beautiful experience. But with Asia’s orange-haired great apes labelled as ‘critically endangered’, the chances are we won’t be able to visit them for much longer. But why are we losing them and what can be done to […]

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Virunga National Park: my mountain gorilla hat-trick

When I’m not wearing my glasses, my eyesight is truly shocking. First thing in the morning this is copeable with (some might argue favourable…), but when I need to see things that matter I unquestionably need my glasses. On the list of ‘things that matter’, seeing mountain gorillas in the wild is right up there, […]

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Wildflower © Compassion in World Farming Food Friday

Compassion and WWF join together in call for humane and sustainable food and farming system

Our food system is broken. Livestock production and its use of finite resources is devastating biodiversity and pushing wildlife to the brink of extinction. With the planet in peril, it’s vital that effective and practical solutions are found urgently. Therefore I am thrilled that Compassion in World Farming and WWF have joined forces to help […]

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