StevenNCP | Naivasha,Kenya English ,Swahili

Conseravtion trends of African Elephants in Kenya #Kenya #elephants #wildlife #conservation #ecology #habitat #poaching #migration

7 USD / 30 Minutes

We are drawn to elephants by their beauty, intelligence, and remarkably human-like behavior. But protecting them raises complicated questions about habitat destruction, criminality and corruption. Elephants consume enormous volumes of vegetation and trample undergrowth. Their coveted ivory tusks are a criminal currency. What do elephants teach us about rule of law, ecological conservation, and corruption?

Related Coursework

https://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/ivory-and-saving-elephants-how-corruption-undermining-every-aspect-conservation/
https://conservationaction.co.za/resources/reports/vanishing-point-criminality-corruption-devastation-tanzanias-elephants/
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/aug/19/super-gangs-africa-poaching-crisis
https://www.corruptionwatch.org.za/corruption-poaching-tusk-hand/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8EVQdIUWBE

My Philosophy

Protecting wildlife starts with understanding it, and not only the creature, but it’s migration patterns, diet, water resources, climate. The loss of a species is not an isolated loss, but indicates the deterioration of a whole system. We must protect that whole system to sustain the species.

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