Tag: climate change


Lion - ©Lysander Christo

Looking for Collectors

We are looking for collectors of our 20 x 24 inch black and white photographs for research in the field on a film on the meaning and importance of the lion to indigenous peoples and humanity as a whole called, Silent Pride - The Last Lions of Africa.
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Warming landscape in Norway. Courtesy Cyril Christo

Earth’s Greatest Predator No Match for Man

CLIMATE CHANGE: Polar bears are listed as vulnerable by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, but they should be classified as endangered — if the ice completely goes, they will disappear forever. A central light, a being of unbelievable strength and grace, a central soul at the top of the world will be no more. A key measure of why we are here on Earth will have vanished.
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Saved by the Great Being — the elephant

The Chinese ivory market is being dismantled after 5,000 years. There may be a little more hope than a year ago for the elephant but the narcissist butchery of hunters and the carnage of poaching still challenge the species and many others.
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©Elephant Conservation Photography Lysander Christo

Meeting with an Elephant

In this unprincipled time of elephant carnage in the name of ivory, my wife, son and I have come to view elephants as being on equal footing, searching for them with a guide on conservation lands.
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TUNE INTO WILD WORLD EPISODE July 13 at 8 AM (Pacific)

Our Wild World Monday at 8 AM (Pacific) CLICK TO GO TO SITE July 13, 2015: “Twisted Balance Sheet,” with Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson In the brief time scale …

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Arctic Walrus, Svalbard Norway © Wilkinson & Christo

THE TIPPING POINT

Published in The East Hampton Star The Tipping Point Amagansett October 6, 2014 To the Editor: What have we learned after the climate march? Half of all nonhuman life, its …

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©Christo & Wilkinson Elephant Photography

AMONG NECESSARY GIANTS: Why we can’t afford to lose the elephant

ARTICLE IN THE ECOLOGIST – July 27, 2011 Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson, authors of Walking Thunder, explain why the survival of the elephant is critical for our own future. …

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