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A World Without Elephants

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As I write this, I just learned about the horror of 87 elephants slaughtered for their ivory in Botswana in early September.

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- Oct 17, 2018
The Last Unicorn: William deBuy's Search for the Elusive Saola

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The Last Unicorn taps into a primal human instinct — the search for pure and innocent beauty. This quest has captured our attention for hundreds of years, and is perhaps the reason unicorns are ubiquitous…

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- Nov 29, 2016
For the Wolves, For the Land

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Eco-reporter Zoe Krasney recently interviewed filmmaker and photographer Elke Duerr after she founded the Web of Life Foundation (WOLF), which is devoted to education and outreach to communities in close…

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- Aug 08, 2015
In Predatory Light

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The photography and text filling the pages of In Predatory Light: Lions and Tigers and Polar Bears haunt like the dissolving edges of a gripping dream. This new book by art and conservation power couple…

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- Mar 17, 2014
The Bear Whisperer

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What happens to the unwanted, the injured, the lost animals of New Mexico when they have nowhere else to go? For more than 10 years, Dr. Kathleen Ramsay has been taking in injured and problem animals –…

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- Jul 16, 2012
The Crucifix Moment: Slaughter of Innocence

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Photographers Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson talk with Izilwane about their new film Lysander’s Song, the slaughter of elephants throughout Africa, and how the survival of the elephant and the innocence…

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- Jun 18, 2012
Belonging to the Land, Part Three: We’re Still Here

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Legal battles among Hopi, Navajo, government and private organizations over fragile natural resources now threaten to completely destroy the traditions of many people still living on the land near Black…

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- Apr 02, 2012
Belonging to the Land, Part Two: Big Mountain

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For hundreds of years, the Navajo and Hopi thrived in the high, arid deserts of Arizona. Throughout recent history, these people have faced numerous assaults on their ways of life: war, forced relocation,…

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- Mar 26, 2012
Belonging to the Land, Part One: The Elders of Black Mesa

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For decades, the struggle over traditional lands on the Navajo and Hopi reservations has unfolded, steeped in history, myth, prophecy and the inevitability of greed – indigenous peoples set against each…

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- Mar 19, 2012
Revisiting Gay Bradshaw’s Work

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Gay Bradshaw, founder of The Kerulos Center and of trans-species psychology, discusses animal forgiveness, extinction and genocide with Voices for Biodiversity’s Zoe Krasney.

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- Oct 30, 2011
Falcon Watch

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Writer Zoe Krasney meets with biologists at a site for the Pelegrine Fund’s Aplomado Falcon Release Program. While witnessing captivity-bred fledglings take flight, she examines the challenges of protecting…

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- Sep 30, 2010