At these Hope Spots around South Africa, you can enjoy the marine world while contributing to its conservation.
Blog posts: Conservation
Conservation stories and projects that are helping to protect our environment, and what you can do to help.
A big idea has been brewing in northern KwaZulu-Natal that could make the area another of SA’s strongest drawcards, writes Sonya Schoeman. But will it happen?
Pangolins are some of the most fabulously weird animals in the world – but they’re also some of the most threatened. This week at the CITES conference in Joburg, legislation was passed to change that.
Our editor revisits her childhood homeland and the growing herds of elephant there, and found there is great debate taking place about their future.
Beyond the mining debate: we found that Xolobeni, in the Transkei, is rich in natural beauty.
Apart from our rhinos, there are many other endangered animals in South Africa. Read about these and see how you can help in conserving our wildlife heritage.
What is it really like to go gorilla trekking in Rwanda? Darrel Bristow-Bovey went exploring the Mountains of the Moon, and found that the experience was not profound – at least, not in the way that he expected.
This month, our editor muses on what it is about wild spaces that makes us feel alive.
SeaWorld, a US theme park and entertainment company, today announced the end of its orca (or killer whale) breeding scheme bringing 50 years of captive breeding to a close.
On the 29 and 30 April 2016, the first ever Giants Club summit will take place in Kenya to address the elephant poaching crisis sweeping the continent. Here’s how to get involved and help save the elephants.