Ahead of World Press Freedom Day this week, the deaths of journalists show the occupational hazards for those trying to shine a light into dark corners of this world
While ivory is falling out of favour in the UK it is no time for complacency as Europe’s position could change
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
Globe-trotting herd grows as people join to protect elephants and demand the EU end its ivory trade
Terror warnings, now lifted, have lasting effects on conservation as tourism slumps
Memorial for 16 rhinos killed by poachers since 2004 in one wildlife reserve alone aims to 'inspire conservationists'
Raising cattle and protecting wildlife habitat do not need to be mutually exclusive, as this ranch in Kenya shows
The PM has built her political career on a dogged determination to cut immigration. Judged by her own standards, she has failed
In the second part of his travel journal, Moses Maruping braves the cold of Sua Pan
The event this October aims to raise vital funds to support and protect Uganda’s wildlife and landscapes long term
Companies are concerned about a shortage of temporary workers in construction, driving and hospitality
Downing Street insists it remains ‘absolutely committed’ to the target