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Among necessary giants: why we can’t afford to lose the elephant

Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson

27th July, 2011

Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson, authors of Walking Thunder, explain why the survival of the elephant is critical for our own future more...
Migrating wildebeest

Tanzania urged to accept World Bank funding of alternative Serengeti highway route

William McLennan

3rd March, 2011

World Bank offers to help fund the cost of road if it avoids bitterly opposed route through the Serengeti National Park more...
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PICK OF THE DAY: naked bounce shampoo and conditioner

The Ecologist

9th February, 2011

Washing your hair might not sound like the most obvious way to help people in need, but with 25p from each bottle of Naked’s Bounce shampoo and conditioner going to support Oxfam’s Shinyanga Project, that’s exactly what you’ll be doing

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Tanzania: can the country's booming eco-tourism sector ever be truly green?

Thembi Mutch

18th January, 2011

From local participation to wildlife conservation, Tanzania’s green tourism projects show how responsible travellers and tour operators can improve lives and ecosystems - but there's still much to do, reports Thembi Mutch more...
Deforestation

Growing conflicts over Tanzania's 'charismatic carbon'

Thembi Mutch

7th September 2010

The country's forests are at the centre of a new global scramble to 'buy up' carbon, but as Thembi Mutch reports, is the process really going to benefit the environment or people? more...
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Jatropha biofuels: the true cost to Tanzania

Thembi Mutch

15th February, 2010

Billed as wonder crop, the establishment of jatropha plantations on the ground in Tanzania has been far from successful, or, in some cases, ethical more...
Jatropha curcas seedlings

Jatropha biofuels: the true cost to Tanzania

Thembi Mutch

15th February, 2010

Billed as wonder crop, the establishment of jatropha plantations on the ground in Tanzania has been far from successful, or, in some cases, ethical more...
African Elephant

Who needs Africa's land more: us or wildlife?

Thembi Mutch

29th December, 2009

An explosive mix of animals, people and economics means that land in Africa is becoming more valuable - and more contested - than ever more...

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