Savannas and Settlements

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by Elyas Harris. The savanna/grassland is an ecosystem found mostly on the African continent. ┬áThe Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is one of the most well known savanna ecosystems and it is home to one of the largest wild animal populations in the world. This area is suffering from the catastrophic global impacts of climate […]

Mangroves, Tigers, and Climate Change

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By Elyas Harris. Given the recent and ongoing celebration of #Wildlifeday on March 3rd, we saw lots of stories on wildlife with a big emphasis on Big Cats. Wildlife is vital for the planet’s health, and its massively under threat by anthropogenic (human) activities and climate change. Beyond our destruction of pristine forests and biodiversity […]

2020 or Bust!

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Having spent the last two years engaged exclusively the situation of climate change and for the last year the COP21 climate change negotiations, I find myself in a world that is shockingly surreal, given the gravity of the situation. As I listen to the endless parade of heads of state, national delegates, humanitarians, artists, billionaires, […]