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Grist Magazine asked Environmental leaders from across the US to offer their elevator pitches for Obama. Jeff Flocken, IFAW' Read more »
Simon the cat was famous for catching rats on board HMS Amethyst...Rob, a­ Collie took part in landings during North Read more »
Since the surprising death of Oyin in April, Limbe Wildlife Center reports that the three remaining Taiping gorillas are Read more »
The following story was submitted by IFAW Veterinarian Dr Prasanta Boro: Wednesday began as a normal day for us at CWRC ( Read more »
IFAW's media team just released this story: Rescuers have gone to the relief of African penguin chicks orphaned and in Read more »
Read update HERE. In a daring operation, an adult male tiger which had fallen into an open well, was rescued and released Read more »
In a freak accident, more than 800 Asian openbill storks, mostly chicks and juveniles, were killed as the banyan tree on Read more »
From Noel Ashton's Studio in Capetown, South Africa Over the past few days I have been completing the final of the eight Read more »
Excellent editorial by the Sydney Morning Herald's political editor - Peter Hartcher - including some interesting facts Read more »
Elephants don’t have much to laugh about these days. And it’s our fault as humans. During the last couple of Watch Video »
Every year a number of frontline staff lose their lives while protecting India’s natural heritage. They often face Watch Video »
Yet again this was simply a great evening at the Villa Neukölln in Berlin, Germany. Hundreds of curious people were Watch Video »
Watch the video above - IFAW-WTI Wildlife Crime Prevention: Van Rakshak Project training in Pench Tiger Reserve ~~~ The Watch Video »
The ownership of exotic animals in the United States is a huge and looming issue. Reality check: did you know there are more Watch Video »
When Canada and Norway complained about the EU’s 2009 seal trade ban to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), the Watch Video »
Celebrations are underway on both sides of the world as tigers Svetlaya and Ustin were safely released back to wild. This Watch Video »
Following a successful five-day run of “A Dog’s Life,” staged by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Watch Video »
On Wednesday morning, May 28th, as our crews were already busily loading the remaining tigers and other animals from the Watch Video »
– Despite thousands of whales still being cruelly harpooned for commercial reasons each year, whale meat consumption in Japan along with support for whaling are both surprisingly low, polling released today by the International Fund for Animal Read more »
The new Environment Action Programme adopted today is a clear signal that the environment remains a priority for the European Union. However, the continued unsustainable use and abuse of wildlife calls for more urgent and drastic measures than those Read more »
Today the German Bundestag voted by a large majority in favor of a cross-party resolution for improving the protection of elephants. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW – www.ifaw.org) has long demanded such a resolution due to the Read more »
Promoting the conservation and protection of endangered species, the U.S. State Department has declared December 4, Wildlife Conservation Day and calls on individuals around the globe to join the fight by signing its Wildlife Pledge to help save impe Read more »
The Republic of Korea has abandoned its plans to resume whaling, following international outcry. Tens of thousands of people around the world, many of them IFAW supporters, emailed the Korean government in protest after it announced its intention to Read more »
A new investigation into online puppy sales highlights the problem of the Internet being used as a tool for exploiting dogs and consumers.  To bring awareness to the magnitude of the issue, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW- www.if Read more »
The Board of Directors of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW www.ifaw.org) today announced the appointment of Mr. Azzedine Downes as the new President and CEO, effective 1 January 2013. “We are delighted that Mr. Downes has accepte Read more »
Reports today suggest that Tanzania has decided to withdraw its controversial proposal to sell over 100 000kg of ivory to China and Japan. The proposal was due to be debated in March at the next CITES (Convention on the International Trade in Endange Read more »
The Republic of Korea has confirmed its plans to pursue non-lethal whale research as an alternative to the cruelty of so-called scientific whaling. Tens of thousands of people around the world, many of them IFAW supporters, emailed the Korean governm Read more »
Conserving the forest and wildlife of the Bodoland Territorial Council Read more »
Elephants need protection - whether it’s individual animals or entire populations and their habitats. Read more »
Elephants at risk from poachers, whales and seals threatened by cruel hunts, wildlife and pets stranded after disasters Read more »
From pollution to climate change to whaling, these magnificent creatures face more threats than ever. Read more »
Elephants, tigers and other endangered wildlife are being killed at an alarming rate for trinkets, potions and fashion. Read more »
IFAW advocates for laws that protect animals from cruelty and neglect, we provide veterinary training and basic veterinary Read more »
Conserving the forest of Garo Hills with elephants and gibbon as flagships Read more »
A Scientific Approach to Understanding and Mitigating Elephant Mortality Due to Train Accidents in Rajaji National Park Read more »
Grist Magazine asked Environmental leaders from across the US to offer their elevator pitches for Obama. Jeff Flocken, IFAW' Read more »
Simon the cat was famous for catching rats on board HMS Amethyst...Rob, a­ Collie took part in landings during North Read more »
Since the surprising death of Oyin in April, Limbe Wildlife Center reports that the three remaining Taiping gorillas are Read more »
The following story was submitted by IFAW Veterinarian Dr Prasanta Boro: Wednesday began as a normal day for us at CWRC ( Read more »
IFAW's media team just released this story: Rescuers have gone to the relief of African penguin chicks orphaned and in Read more »
Read update HERE. In a daring operation, an adult male tiger which had fallen into an open well, was rescued and released Read more »
In a freak accident, more than 800 Asian openbill storks, mostly chicks and juveniles, were killed as the banyan tree on Read more »
From Noel Ashton's Studio in Capetown, South Africa Over the past few days I have been completing the final of the eight Read more »
Excellent editorial by the Sydney Morning Herald's political editor - Peter Hartcher - including some interesting facts Read more »

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"Environmental crime wave costs world billions. Read Associated Press story with Azzedine Downes here.

Dallas Safari Club auctions permit to shoot an endangered black rhino in Namibia. Jeff Flocken provides voice of reason in National Geographic news article.”

More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. read more

Malawi hails IFAW for initiative to protect wildlife at Liwonde National Park aimed at decreasing poaching pressure; launched with government optimism the project will also reduce human, wildlife conflicts in the area. See the original article

 

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