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The Exotic Pet Trade and Its Dark Underbelly 

Written by Praneetha Monipi The Exotic Pet Trade industry rakes in more than $15 billion dollars annually and drives the extinction of hundreds, if not thousands of species worldwide. Exotic animal species are defined as animals present in an area outside their natural geographic range and those that are ‘unusual’ or not commonly occurring. AsContinue reading “The Exotic Pet Trade and Its Dark Underbelly “

Contextual Conservation Conversations

Written by Maria Hashmi, Pakistan. What’s conservation like in a 3rd world country? With 24.3% of the population living below the national poverty line, how does the government manage to fund four different wildlife departments, one for each province of Pakistan?   The highest incidences of human-wildlife conflict are in the rural areas of Pakistan, which are soContinue reading “Contextual Conservation Conversations”

Nurturing the urban naturalist inside us, through nature journaling

Debangini Ray “The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man” ~Someone wise and anonymous. In this age of Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and Facebook, the one thing we can all agree on is how we like to spend more time on the internet, rather than in actual reality.Continue reading “Nurturing the urban naturalist inside us, through nature journaling”

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