Author: Mike Slattery

Sudan is Sick and Another (Sub)Species is on the Brink of Extinction, But Will it Make Any Difference to How We Treat the World Around Us?

Posted on March 12, 2018

This blog was written by Olivia Pugh. Sudan the rhino is sick and the last male Northern White Rhino may not be around for much longer. This sad news was broken to the world on the 1st of March by Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, where Sudan has lived since 2009. Sudan is suffering from […]

African Rhino History

Posted on October 8, 2017

This blog was written by Olivia Pugh. Rhinos across the continent are facing the threat of extinction due to the actions of humans. Habitat loss and poaching for their horn are the two main causes of their recent decline. Unfortunately, the current poaching crisis isn’t an isolated incident, and the species has been brought to […]

World Rhino Day Update

Posted on September 21, 2017

Today is World Rhino Day, an international day to celebrate the rhino and highlight the plight it faces due to poaching for its horn. In our first blog post, we will highlight three aspects of the poaching crisis and what is being done to end it. Rhino Stats In the past nine years, over 6,000 […]