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Lauren Ezersky caught up with the busy, and very private, Jane Goodall at the Hamptons Film Festival.
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Researchers in Vietnam have located what they believe is the only viable population of northern white-cheeked crested gibbons.
Discovery Channel's 11-part series PLANET EARTH will amaze viewers with never-before-seen animal behaviors, startling views of locations captured by cameras for the first time, and unprecedented high definition production techniques. Award-winning actress and conservationist Sigourney Weaver joins Discovery Channel as narrator. PLANET EARTH airs on consecutive Sundays from March 25 through April 22, 2007 on Discovery Channel and in high definition on Discovery HD Theater.
Flowers bloom in time-lapse photography from PLANET EARTH. Discovery Channel's 11-part series PLANET EARTH will amaze viewers with never-before-seen animal behaviors, startling views of locations captured by cameras for the first time, and unprecedented high definition production techniques. Award-winning actress and conservationist Sigourney Weaver joins Discovery Channel as narrator. PLANET EARTH airs on consecutive Sundays from March 25 through April 22, 2007 on Discovery Channel and in high definition on Discovery HD Theater.
"There doesn't seem to be much space in modern India for tigers," says longtime conservationist Belinda Wright. Widely hunted for their skin, which is made into decorative clothing, and other body parts that are used in folk medicine and magical rituals, tigers are becoming critically endangered.
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At a historic ceremony in the Green Mountain region of Eastern Libya, Saif al-Islam Gadafi signed the Cyrene Declaration today before an invited audience of journalists, VIP's and people's representatives from Libya and abroad. The launch of the Cyrene Declaration marks the inception of the world's first regional-scale conservation and development project responding to the challenges and opportunities for sustainable development in The Green Mountain region, which covers some 5,500 sq kilometers. Described by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as âone of the 10 last paradises of the Mediterranean', the region is rich in prehistoric, Greek, Roman and Islamic antiquity and is one of the world's most important UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Saif al-Islam also announced the establishment of the Green Mountain Conservation and Development Authority (GMCDA), administered under his direct authority. The coalition includes environmentalists, economists, conservationists, architects and archaeologists.
Marie Oser and crew are guests of Raja Gopal SinghJi, an avid conservationist, at his 16th century palace residence in Bhadrajun, Rajasthan.
Ranthambore National Park, India is a haven for Bengal Tigers.
It is perhaps the most popular tourist destination to watch tigers in the wild. But despite the tourist dollars, the Park's main attraction, the Bengal Tiger is in danger of getting decimated here, as it has already happened in Sariska. Is it time we looked outside the park for the reasons, at the humanity which is living outside, their lives still connected to the Park- the people who are living with the Park?
This short film from WildBytes.tv, is a look at the popular tiger reserve as an integrated universe comprising its animals and people in the adjoining areas. The forest connects the two and neither one can flourish without the other. So is the policy of segregating the park as a preserve for animals alienating the people who lived in harmony with the park for decades, helping the Park? There are no quick answers. The camera shows people around the Park voicing their pride in and reservations about the Park. Is the Park management listening? For in the interest of preservation it seems foolish to ignore the distilled wisdom of people whose lives are in tune with nature.
The questions the film raises are:
1) Can we integrate life outside the Park with efforts at preservation?
2) Do the people living around the Park have a stake in protecting the Park and its animals?
3) Given a stake in the health of the park, a role in running it, will they develop a sense of pride and protect the animals inside?
4) Can conservationists help people living with the Park, see the linkage of the Park with their own well-being?
5) Will these people who have lived in harmony with the Park for many years, then develop a stake and pride in the Park and its animals?
Relentless in his pursuit to save endangered species across the globe since 1952, the world’s pre-eminent field biologist, George B. Schaller, Ph.D., has been named the 2008 recipient of the Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation. In recognition for his lifetime achievements, Dr. Schaller will receive $100,000 and the Lilly Medal at a gala ceremony presented by the AES Corporation and hosted by award-winning actress and environmentalist Jane Alexander on Sept. 27, 2008, in Indianapolis.
As Senior Conservationist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, Dr. Schaller’s successes are numerous, including his recent work with the endangered Tibetan antelope or chiru – at times slaughtered for its exquisite wool used to make shahtoosh shawls. He trekked a thousand miles across Tibet’s rugged Chang Tang Reserve to study the chiru, wild yak and other wildlife and make recommendations to the Chinese government. Schaller now strives to save Marco Polo sheep, snow leopards and other wildlife and assist the nomadic local people in achieving a measure of harmony between rangelands, livestock and wildlife. He is also working to create an international peace park in the four corners of Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and Tajikistan.
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Decades of war have had a devastating effect on the Congo region. Not only the people of this region, but the gorillas and the habitat on which they rely.
The Tayna Center for Conservation Biology is training the next generation of conservationists in the Congo and is the nation's only community-run conservation university.
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