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The Leuser Ecosystem in Indonesia is quite literally the last place on earth where Sumatran elephants, orangutans, rhinos and tigers roam together in the wild. International Elephant Project and Wildlife Asia have been working hard to support local Acehnese NGO HAkA over the last year to challenge the new Spatial Plan for this region thatRead More
Wildlife Asia Director, Clare Campbell, recently returned from Indonesia, meeting with local partners in Java and Aceh and reports the following update: “Last week I was able to meet the HAKA team in Aceh and get a first hand update on the status of the spatial plan as well as activities in the field. GoldmanRead More
Dear Friends of Wildlife Asia, Thank you for your continued help in safeguarding the Leuser Ecosystem! We hope that you will support our current Wildlife Asia Appeal to ensure the ongoing protection of this critical area. Over the last year, you helped create a wave of public protest against the destruction of the Tripa peatRead More
The Leuser Ecosystem, found on the western edge of Sumatra is the last place on earth where orangutans, rhinos, elephants and tigers roam together in the wild. Sadly, their habitat is under immediate threat due to a proposed new spatial plan that will open this area up to palm oil plantations and mining. One manRead More
"Bears have been part of human culture for millions of years…inspiring a sense of awe and power. Sadly today thousands of bears are suffering unimaginable cruelty at the hands of mankind. Help us to end the suffering and keep bears in the wild, where they belong.”
"It's not wildlife versus people. It's not the environment versus the economy. It's about whether we let a rich greedy few make huge profits at the expense of the powerless - wildlife, indigenous communities, poor rural communities and future generations. There is nothing wrong with being rich, however they should not be allowed to make obscene profits by passing on the true cost of their industry to others, through loss of environmental services, world heritage and climate change."
" When a species like rhino has been walking this earth for 40 million years, how can we be the generation to sit back and watch them become extinct? Be part of the change and join us in the fight to save them and other magnificent species of the Asian rain forests."
"Each of us is 97% orangutan. The other 3% does not grant us superiority but rather responsibility. Responsibility for those without a voice and responsibility for those which our actions negatively impact."
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