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It’s Friday the 13th but Good Luck for Us!

ELEPHACT FRIDAY: Volunteers Make ALL The Difference!  A big thank you to our grade 11 student volunteer, Muskan Sadioura, who has been super proactive in sharing Elephanatics mission to protect the African and Asian elephant! Muskan is a student at…

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Student Takes A Stand For Elephants!

Calling All Students! We are so pleased to share our student volunteer’s blog, “Help Save the Enchanted Elephant.” Dhanvin is a grade 10 student attending Kwantlen Park Secondary School in Surrey. From his experience growing up in Asia, he has…

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Just Released “A Place Like No Other”

“A Place Like No Other” is Anthony Sinclair’s firsthand account of how he and other scientists discovered the biological principles that regulate life in the Serengeti and how they rule all of the natural world. Co-authored with Dr. Rene Beyers. Buy here: https://lnkd.in/gD2BcRpk

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Everyone Urged To Speak Up For Elephants In Global Public Consultation

PUBLIC CONSULTATION  – Federal government has launched a 60-day global public consultation to hear feedback on proposed measures to restrict or end the elephant ivory trade! Everyone is urged to participate in the consultation to provide government feedback.  Please take action by sending in pre-written letter at: https://bit.ly/ivoryfreecan

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Elephants – Economies – Ecosystems = Biodiversity

What is the value of protecting Biodiversity?

“Biodiversity is an all-encompassing term for what many regard as nature-related risk. It includes the food we eat, the soil, clean water supplies, landscapes, and forests. Nature-related risk affects all those who rely on nature’s services in their supply chains, from fashion, to farming and construction. Today our concern is climate risk; tomorrow it will be about biodiversity and everything that is beyond carbon.”

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Elephanatics presents – Ivory Is For Elephants – elephants and their importance to the global community and environment

The numbers are staggering as we learn that humanity is responsible for a decrease in animal populations worldwide of 68% in the past 50 years. The biggest issues facing the global community today are losses to biodiversity.

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