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The President of Tanzania is in London for major wildlife conference of fifty nations on February 13, 2014. Prince Charles and Prince William, both passionate conservationists, will be in attendance and have made a video appeal in advance of the meeting. The purpose of the conference
Tanzania’s largest nature reserve cannibalized for blood ivory and uranium The Selous Game Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Africa’s oldest and one of its largest nature reserves, and once home to the largest elephant populations on earth. Now, results of a new elephant censu
East Africa is poised for major new transportation development to boost exports of oil, gas, and other resources to China. The Serengeti lies right in the middle. Geopolitical forces are changing the map of East Africa. The Serengeti is in the middle. Kenya and Tanzania are now locke
The fate of the Serengeti ultimately depends on Tanzania’s overall commitment to conservation. It is no secret that this commitment has been sadly lacking, especially with the government’s long inaction over poaching. The good news is that Tanzania’s government did r
H.E. Jakaya Kikwete, President of Tanzania: PROTECT TANZANIA’S WILDLIFE Tanzania has a remarkable record of conservation that includes some of the greatest natural areas left on earth, such as the iconic Serengeti National Park. But massive new development, government inaction,