Environmental Conservation

Environmental Conservation

She has fulfilled our ethos of true conservation: Our re-wilded orphan Rhino gives birth!

The re-wilding process is complete: an orphaned rhino is back in the wild, and having mated with a wild white rhino, has produced the next generation of wild rhino. With the catastrophic decline in numbers due to poaching, every rhino counts. This precious new calf contributes valuable genetic diversity. Masingitta was one of the first …

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Corporate Partnership: Action Change and In2Africa breaking barriers across Africa

Join us as we provide support to life changing projects across Africa!  We are very excited to announce our partnership with In2Africa Distribution. In2Africa specialize in setting up sustainable distribution and sales channels for global footwear, fashion and lifestyle brands for the African market. Today the founders of in2Africa agreed to an exciting new partnership …

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How can compost toilets and rainwater harvesting eliminate Typhoid in Fiji?

Many of us think luxury holiday destination when we think of Fiji but being stretched over many Islands makes it very difficult to build strong infrastructures. Many smaller Islands such as Moturiki have seen devastating outbreaks of typhoid and other health issues all relating to the lack of fresh water. Compost toilets initiative Traditionally we …

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How has COVID changed the world for UK charities?

It was business as usual for most UK charities in early 2020 before COVID-19 struck the world. In its wake, this deadly virus has left a devastating humanitarian crisis in all countries, especially the UK. Those infected with it face a severe threat to their lives. At the same time, it also puts extreme pressure …

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Virtual Volunteering is the New Norm

How can virtual volunteering add value?: As the pandemic struck our planet and the world seemed to come to a standstill, there were many of us who felt, suddenly we had more time. For many of us being stuck at home with limited contact fueled a desire to do something valuable and we began searching …

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Is Vermi Aquaponics the solution?

You’ve probably never heard of Vermi Aquaponics before right? Neither had I prior to learning about it just recently. However, once I understood what it was and what its purpose is, I was surprised it wasn’t more widely known and commonly used. Its impacts so far have been tremendous to those that have incorporated it …

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If the Students Can’t Reach the Ocean, the Ocean Will Reach the Students

Photo Credit: Olivia Anderson for Two Oceans Aquarium Waste and pollution are a defining characteristic of our times. Entire ecosystems are being smothered by it, including our oceans. Although many pollutants come from industrial plants, factory farms, and intensive agricultural processes, the most ubiquitous type of waste is generated by discarded plastic. From everyday use …

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