Join Eli Weiss with Ron Orenstein for Part 2 where we discuss ivory bans, CITES, and how we can affect the future for wildlife. We Humans have been the dominant species on this planet for thousands of years and just in the past 40 or so years, we are seeing the most significant climate change in centuries, species disappearing in the blink of an eye, and the ever on-going human to human conflict. All resulting in the death of this planet we al call home. WE CAN SAVE WILDLIFE. WE CAN SAVE OURSELVES. we just have to try.. Tune in NOW!!
Join Eli Weiss this week with Ron Orenstein, participant and Observer at CITES since 1987, and author of eleven books on science and nature. There has been a lot of discussion on the outcome of COP 17-so I thought I would look to an expert source to get the best understanding of how we can move forward within the framework we have . In Part One We delve in to the intricacies of CITES, what it is, what it can do, what it can’t do what we can expect it to do!
Join Eli Weiss with Drew Abrahamson & Paul Tully as we discuss CannedLion Farming.. With the recent and upsetting ruling on Lion conservation, the trade and Wildlife Crime will go on. We PEOPLE must stand up and #saveourwildlife from #Extinction and that is forever. Drew and Paul take us through the life cycle of captive lions vs. ‘reserves’ in a country where wildlife is completely fenced in- and how Captured In Africa Foundation and Captured In Africa – Exclusive Safaris raise awareness through #Tourism sector and schools, Tune in Monday at 8 a.m. PT on Oct 10th.
Decades of data tells us our world is quickly sliding past tipping points to points of no return. In just the last decade viable populations across the board have or are disappearing. That we not reaching global sustainable development and environmental goals compatible and conducive to the continuance of life as we know it. We must take action now to implement multilayered solutions, options and alternatives. The decisions of trade in endangered flora and fauna is CITES. CoP17 is happening right now. So what is CITES? How will the decisions made there affect life as we know it? To better understand what is at stake, today we have Nick Lynch and Tim Gorski,two of a team of four WildiZe Observers to CITES reporting direct from Johannesburg.
Join Eli Weiss with our guest Lisa Hywood of The Tikki Hywood Trust. Tune is on Monday Oct 3rd at 8 a.m. as we discuss the plight of the pangolin, the world’s most trafficked mammal and what Zimbabweans and the world are doing about it. Over the past 15 years, Human greed has surpassed the capacity of what Zimbabwe can give and this coupled with economic distress, it has contributed to the plunder and decimation of their natural heritage.