By Caroline Chebet, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, Standard Digital. Published 13 July 2018. Alien plants are threatening animals in one of the Kenya’s major wildlife reserves, a study has shown. The study found that at least 245 alien species, introduced in the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem accidentally or intentionally as ornamental plants, were destroying the grass […]
We show the value of conserving Africa's great wild landscapes
Africa’s wild places are some of the most biodiverse ecosystems left on Earth. They have great value both ecologically and economically to people, to countries, and to the planet. But they are under threat. Before they are gone forever, Space for Giants works to secure them and to demonstrate their worth. That means ending the poaching of elephants, because elephants are a keystone species and if they are thriving, their precious habitats are, too. And it means finding new ways to fund forever the protection of these landscapes so they can continue to bring their benefits for generations to come.
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Follow science and wildlife television presenter Liz Bonnin as she sees Space for Giants' work in action
Space for Giants delivered 24 new laptops to the Kenya Wildlife Service's specialist wildlife crime Prosecution Unit, to help boost convictions
KAZA TRAINING SHAPING UP
Training for wildlife crime law enforcement and prosecutors from five African countries starts soon, after we were awarded a $1.8m EU project