Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood is among a group of artists who have designed eye-catching resin rhinos for the Tusk Rhino Trail
The burgeoning illegal skin trade means we must act now to save this seriously endangered species
On Tuesday 24 July, we started a campaign called Final Say, calling for the people to have the last word on the Brexit deal. The next day, we launched a petition (change.org/finalsay). Just over a week later, 500,000 people had signed the petition, making it the biggest campaign on the history of The Independent, and proving just how much people care.
The carefully designed fences giving farmers and elephants a real chance to co-exist
Ms Hughes is recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in the annual Birthday Honours List
Following the most recent meeting of the African Elephant Coalition in Ethiopia, the body explains to the Independent what it believes needs to happen to protect the world's largest mammal
The 'Blue Planet effect' shows the power TV has for good, says the presenter and conservationist
Botswana's president condemns US as 32 African countries sign million-signature petition demanding Europe ends its ivory trade
Elephant killings back to pre-crisis levels in some areas, but continued slaughter elsewhere in Africa proves 'the job's not done yet'
Programme expands links to Botswana, Kenya, Gabon and Uganda leaders to honour 500 wildlife rangers
‘Rather than defusing public concerns regarding demographic and cultural change, officials have unnecessarily stoked anxiety over immigration and encouraged the growth of populist anti-immigrant sentiment,’ cross-party group of MPs say
Home Office launches review into costs and benefits of overseas students in the UK
Drop the Target: 79% of Conservative voters want a 'sensible policy' as the UK approaches Brexit
Only 45 per cent of ALP members say they will be able to recruit sufficient EU workers for the Christmas season – so don't expect a turkey on the table at Christmas
Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Environment believes that protecting biodiversity and national development can go hand in hand
Former Business Secretary says PM’s tough stance on immigration has backfired