World Wildlife Fund »

Does Our Language Regarding Wolves and Bears Shape Our Attitudes?

Does Our Language Regarding Wolves and Bears Shape Our Attitudes?

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 24, 2014 4

In Wisconsin where I live, we call three large predators “neighbors”: the black bear, the gray wolf, and the occasional mountain lion. Because of this, you might think that Wisconsinites’ attitudes toward all three

Read More »
Video: Saving an African Lion

Video: Saving an African Lion

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 1, 2014 11

While it’s never been easy to make your living as an animal in Africa, wildlife presently residing there face even more challenges than their ancestors did. For example, in the last four months in

Read More »
Video: Google Glass Aids Rhino Conservation Groundwork

Video: Google Glass Aids Rhino Conservation Groundwork

WWF April 25, 2014 0

WWF has actively been looking at how technology is transforming conservation. As a Google Glass Explorer,  WWF has started to test Field Notes, a tool biologists can use to record field data hands-free. Watch

Read More »
Coca-Cola’s Toast to Water

Coca-Cola’s Toast to Water

Tania Segura March 21, 2014 0

Coca-Cola and three global organizations including WWF are giving a #toasttowater to draw attention and mobilize global action and attention to freshwater issues on World Water Day, March 22. Their website will display a compilation of posts coming in

Read More »
Video: Only in Namibia

Video: Only in Namibia

Tania Segura March 4, 2014 1

Only in Namibia can you experience breath-taking landscapes, vibrant populations of lions, cheetahs, rhinos, and elephants, and a nation of people whose livelihoods and future are bound to wildlife’s freedom to roam. Discover the

Read More »
Video of the Week: Living with Polar Bears

Video of the Week: Living with Polar Bears

Tania Segura February 28, 2014 2

Churchill, Canada is known as the “polar bear capital of the world.” For travelers this translates into great viewing opportunities but what do local residents think about the polar bear population? This video features

Read More »