Damian Bell, CEO of the Honeyguide Foundation, discusses the impact of attending the 2022 Tusk Conservation Symposium and the benefits of collaboration and combining resources.
This year, we're celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tusk Conservation Awards. To mark a decade of shining a light on conservation heroes, we're catching up with the winners of years past to find out what they've been up to since winning their award.
To mark the occasion, Hannah is launching a new body of work ‘The Sovereign Collection’ at the prestigious Mall Galleries from 7th-11th June.
The Tusk Lion Trail has hit the streets of cities around the world on World Lion Day (10th August - 24 September 2021), celebrating the magnificence of lions and raising awareness of threats facing the iconic King of Beasts.
Earlier this month, a seven-strong British Army unit returned from Liwonde National Park, Malawi where it has been supporting the Department of National Parks and Wildlife and African Parks to prevent poaching, in partnership with Tusk.
The Lamu Archipelago is one of Kenya’s most popular tourist destinations, famed for its historically important Swahili settlements, traditional dhows, and white sandy beaches. However, keeping these beaches clean and safe – not just for tourists, but especially for endangered turtles – has become a growing challenge, as each high tide brings in a new wave of plastic pollution from the Indian Ocean.
The Times and Sunday Times Christmas Appeal closed on Sunday, having raised a record amount for the three charities supported, including more than £630,000 for Tusk.
There was disappointment in the Houses of Parliament yesterday, when the Environment Minister Therese Coffey failed to set a timeline for the Government’s consultation on the closure of the UK’s domestic ivory markets.
Today thousands of rangers are joining forces across Africa in the Wildlife Ranger Challenge, raising awareness of the vital role they play.
The work of Josia Razafindramanana and her colleagues has led to a 40% increase in the crowned sifaka population of Madagascar's central highlands. Find out how they did it.