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A note from our CEO, Dr Max Graham

Elephant Campaign Update

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Dear Friends,

The last week has seen a surge in support for our campaign with the Independent Newspaper Group that many of you will have been following.

Happy Christmas & Our Best Wishes for 2013

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This picture of a herd of more than 100 elephants was taken in November during an aerial count of elephants in the Laikipia/Samburu ecosystem in northern Kenya. We look forward to working with you in 2013 and beyond to ensure that our grandchildren will also have the opportunity of seeing extraordinary images of elephants in the wild like this.

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas & Best wishes for 2013

The Space for Giants Team


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Preventing the Illegal Killing of Elephants

It is now official that 2011 was the worst year for the illegal killing of elephants in Africa, since records began. A recent report commissioned by CITES suggests that tens of thousands of elephants were illegally killed in Africa in 2011, associated with record levels of seizu

May News

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Welcome to the first edition of our newsletter. Space for Giants has hit the ground running since our official launch at the House of Lords on December 12th, with some significant wins in our bid to create new models for conservation, enabling giants to live alongside people in our rapidly changing world. However the current elephant poaching surge threatens to overshadow much of our hard earned successes. As a consequence we will have to adjust our priorities to tackle this problem both here in Laikipia in Kenya where we our based and internationally, where the ultimate solution lies. As we progress with our plans and activities, we will endeavor to keep you informed in a manner that I hope inspires you to join us, in whatever capacity you can. Please let us know what you think of our newsletter & work. The Maasai have a saying “Meisha elukunya Nabo Engeno” which translates to “one head cannot contain all knowledge”. For conservation to succeed, we must work together.

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