Africa's 'last great wilderness' in jeopardy as autocratic president plans mega-dam that could bankrupt Tanzania
It is arguably the Empire’s greatest legacy to conservation, the outrageous vision of a British poacher-turned-naturalist whose misanthropic cussedness would shape Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuary.
The May 13, 2019, International cover of TIME examines South Africa as “the world’s most unequal country.” Depicting a topic as expansive as inequality in a single frame is a challenge, especially since
(CNN) — Lions eat people. In fact, they eat them all the time. And although the news last week focused on a suspected rhino poacher who was eaten by lions after being trampled by elephants, the story tell
Environment Mesquite was introduced on purpose from the New World, but the dream of a helpful tree soon turned into a nightmare. 6 Minute Read By Peter Schwartzstein Mohammed Al-Murawih remembers thinking