A new report released today analyzes literature on the economics of trophy hunting and reveals that African countries and rural communities derive very little benefit from trophy hunting revenue. The study, authored by Economists at Large—commiRead more »
Two male Grizzly bear cubs named Blair and Terry, who were orphaned in British Columbia’s Kootenay’s in the fall of 2012, are on the road back to freedom. The cubs were orphaned in October when they were eight months old after their motheRead more »
A lone whaler has resumed the cruel practice of harpooning endangered fin whales in Iceland after a three-year hiatus.
Two of Kristjan Loftsson’s boats left port in Reykjavik on Sunday evening and one has now arrived at his whaling station in HRead more »