Combating Wildlife Trafficking

Through our Combating Wildlife Trafficking grant program, we have supported some of the continuing activities of the Wildlife Alliance's Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team, such as helping the Cambodian government to institutionalize a national wildlife crime program by training additional wildlife [...]

Green dreams

For hundreds of years, the misty, mysterious jungles of Cambodia have enticed intrepid adventurers. In the 19th century, French explorer Henri Mouhot was the first European to stumble upon the overgrown ruins of ancient Angkor. The forested plateau of [...]

The One Planet Summit

On 12 December 2017, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, the President of the World Bank Group, Jim Yong Kim, and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, will address the ecological emergency for our planet by calling [...]

Good News for Elephants: China Bans Ivory Trade

On the heels of one of Cambodia’s biggest ivory busts in history, China recently announced that it will ban the sale of ivory by the end of 2017. Following years of international pressure, this announcement will shut down the [...]

2018-03-26T21:02:57+00:00January 19th, 2017|Categories: In the World|Tags: , , , , |

Stop the killings of African elephants

wildlife parts African elephants are the largest mama to walk the earth. Elephants are smart mammals but not smart enough not to get killed by poachers with AK-47 riffles. Each year some 25,000 African elephants are killed for their [...]

A day in the life of the Kouprey Express environmental educator

A day in the life of the Kouprey Express (KE) - take a tour of Phnom Tamao with environmental educator Ms. Meach Sophea as she leads the more than 300 community members from Takeo Province, in partnership with Daughters of [...]