Interview of the Week: Shannon Walajtys click button

Interview of the Week: Shannon Walajtys

Wildfire season is already underway, tropical storm Elsa is heading toward Orlando, and heat emergencies have gripped the West Coast. Part of adapting to a world affected by climate change is being prepared for disasters that may arise. While this is important for you, your home, and your family, you should also have a disaster […]

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DNA Could Help Reunite Orphaned Elephant With Herd

DNA Could Help Reunite Orphaned Elephant With Herd

Experts are one step closer to confirming the family herd of an orphaned elephant in West Africa after DNA analysis provided crucial information showing family members could be close by.    The elephant, named Nania, was rescued by local community members when she was just three months old. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) was […]

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The Real Danger Behind White Tigers

The Real Danger Behind White Tigers

by Minka Kelly, Actress and IFAW Global Ambassador As a Global Ambassador for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), I’ve known for years that there are more tigers in captivity in the U.S. than remain free in the wild today. Hearing this stunning fact never fails to shock me. I’ve had the opportunity to […]

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A Hunt That Must End

A Hunt That Must End

By Azzedine Downes In 1965, the Canadian government asked then 30-year-old Brian Davies to join a group of consultants to visit the annual seal “hunt” taking place in the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Eastern Canada. The government sought feedback on how to make the hunt more humane. What Davies saw was there would change […]

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Renewing a Fundamental Commitment To Save America’s Whale on World Whale Day

Renewing a Fundamental Commitment To Save America’s Whale on World Whale Day

By CT Harry To unearth a solution to a problem, it is often said that one must start from the truth—and then work your way from there. This is as true of the resolution of problems within the realm of nature as it is of those within human society. Even though our legislative successes as […]

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Consider a New Paradigm With Nature: Coexistence

Consider a New Paradigm With Nature: Coexistence

By Azzedine Downes,  President & CEO of IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare History is laden with the underlying mythology of the immense human struggle to exist, a ‘push and pull’ across cultures, countries, resources, and boundaries, both natural as well as those that are man-made. It is this notion that we must fight for […]

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