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A network for all who care about the conservation of our world and who want to see it achieved with justice, compassion, dignity and honesty.

Video - 'Conservation's Dirty Secrets'. Part 1.

Conservation is crucial. And we need to get it right. The purpose of our film is not to make you throw up your hands and stop supporting conservation - far from it

“This investigative look at big conservation reveals and explores contradictions related to corporate green washing, human rights abuses, and connections between them."

More… Jun 24, 2011

Video - 'Conservation's Dirty Secrets'. Part 2.

We're in a golden age of discovery but a dark age of destruction.

Conservation work is undeniably complex, riddled with contradictions and competition but it fundamentally it is underpinned by our own relationships to nature. We're the cause and we can be the effect.

More… Jun 24, 2011

Video - 'Undercover with Conservation International.'

Conservation International stands accused of corporate 'greenwashing' after a senior employee was secretly filmed by undercover reporters discussing ways in which the organisation could help an arms company boost its green credentials.

Environmental charity under fire for close links with controversial companies, including Cargill, Chevron, Monsanto and Shell

More… May 13, 2011

Video - 'People have spoken: voices from Loliondo.'

Resolving Loliondo Land Use Conflict

See the March 13th post "The long running conflict of Loliondo in Tanzania" for more background.

More… Mar 15, 2011

Video - 'My Island Home - The Chagos Islands'

40 years of military displacement to be camouflaged by the fig leaf of conservation. Wikileaks exposes loss of Chagos islanders´ right of return.

More… Jan 25, 2011

Video - 'Paraguayan govt raids offices of NGO opposing Chaco research.'

Amnesty International admonishes the Paraguayan government.

Human rights group Amnesty International has strongly admonished the Paraguayan government for raiding the offices of a local NGO that had questioned the impact on indigenous people of a British Natural History Museum expedition to Paraguay's remote Chaco forest.

More… Dec 17, 2010

Video - Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks out in support of the Bushmen

"The Botswana Government has always been for us a showcase democracy"

“The Botswana Government has always been for us a showcase democracy in the way that it cares for its people. I appeal to them, and the world, to find new ways to help solve these issues in a manner that respects the lovely, spiritual culture of the San Bushmen and that truly cares for all of the people of Africa, especially its oldest inhabitants.”

More… Nov 22, 2010