News: Animals in the Wild
19 March 2019
The second edition of our Ghosts Beneath the Waves report shows which fishing companies are moving to protect marine animals – and why others must act now
12 August 2018
We know elephants are suffering at tourist attractions. But our new research reveals that their trainers and keepers – known as mahouts – are losing out too.
10 August 2018
We’ve successfully lobbied the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to protect marine animals by tagging fishing nets. This significant decision means sea animals will be less likely to be killed or entangled in lost or abandoned fishing gear
08 August 2018
Sustainable tourism is visiting a place as a tourist and trying to make a positive impact on the environment, society, and economy. It plays a key role in conserving the bio – diversity that in turn boosts the economic status of a country.
01 August 2018
Elephants are powerful, independent animals who can only be tamed by ‘the crush’, a horrific training regime that brutalises them into submission.
19 July 2018
We know you enjoy travelling and are probably planning for your end of year vacation already.
13 July 2018
This wild animal rescue demonstrates the widespread dangers of the exotic pet trade in America
18 June 2018
After an emotional, uncertain few months, authorities have agreed to free Rangila the bear from a substandard zoo in Nepal. We helped rescue Rangila from the ‘dancing bear’ trade in December 2017, but he was then secretly taken to a zoo instead of a sanctuary
23 May 2018
Not a single wildlife tourism entertainment venue in Bali, Lombok and Gili Trawangan with captive elephants, tigers, dolphins or civet cats meets even the basic needs of wild animals
25 April 2018
The world’s largest travel site has taken a step forward by ending sales of tickets to some animal shows. However, its updated policy, launched on 25 April, creates a loophole by only excluding performances which are deemed demeaning or unnatural. We’re urging TripAdvisor to take a stronger stance