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Former WWF employee wins environmental prize for rhino conservation
On April 11, 2011 the Goldman Environmental Foundation announced the six recipients of the 2011 ...
Release of rhino poachers exposes widespread enforcement failures
The release of six alleged rhino poachers from custody two weeks before a meeting of the largest ...
Rhino poaching surges in Asia, Africa
Rhino poaching worldwide is on the rise, according to a new report by TRAFFIC and the International ...
Poachers walk free as assault on Zimbabwe rhinos escalates
A breakdown in law enforcement against rhino poaching and horn smuggling in Zimbabwe is threatening ...
China gets green light to buy ivory
China has been approved as a buyer of African Elephant ivory in a one-off sale from four southern ...
Population increase recorded for rhinos in Zimbabwe’s Lowveld despite poaching
The Population of black rhinos in Zimbabwe’s Lowveld area continues to increase, despite setbacks ...
More of Africa urged to boost rhino numbers
After bringing Africa’s black rhinos spectacularly back from the brink of extinction one of the ...
Upsurge in rhino poaching in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe's declining economy is fuelling poaching of endangered rhinos.
CITES: Elephant ivory deadlock broken
African elephant range countries with elephant populations attending a meeting of the UN Convention ...
Alarming upsurge in rhino poaching in parts of Africa
An increase in the volume of rhino horn entering illegal trade could be placing some African rhino ...