Events/Activities

International Cheetah Day Dec 4th

Turn Your Work Into A Life-line For Cheetah’s

December 1, 2014

We all have passions that extend beyond our work, but often reserve them for the weekends (i.e. weekend warriors who pursue their love of sport outside office hours). Now, you have the chance to support a cause on the clock! To celebrate International Cheetah day on 4 December 2014, Cheetah Conservation Fund Australia (CCFA) is […]

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I'm for Climate Action

I’m for Climate Action

September 18, 2014

Activists, celebrities and policymakers from around the world show their support for the upcoming 2014 United Nations Climate Summit on 23 September in New York in a new video produced by the UN. “This is the defining issue of our time,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in the video, while calling on leaders to come with […]

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Plants and Predators

Why Plants Need Predators

May 15, 2014

A natural but not necessarily obvious dichotomy emerges from recent research into the synergy between predators and plants. Australia has one of the worst records for species extinctions in the world, 28 mammal species are now extinct and 20% of our remaining mammal species are threatened. Australia’s biodiversity crisis has been caused primarily by uncontrolled […]

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Polar Bears and Cheetahs - Hang Out!

Polar Bears and Cheetahs – Hang Out!

April 16, 2014

Sponsored by our friends Polar Bears International and the Cheetah Conservation Fund, a new dialogue on climate change with scientists Steven Amstrup and Laurie Marker. This special Earth Day Event united two great minds with a world of impassioned people—ready to share ideas and collaborate on creating a future for nature. Hang Out and discover […]

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2020VISION Roadshow © Peter Cairns

2020VISION Natural Media Roadshow

March 17, 2014

2020VISION is the most ambitious nature photography project ever staged in the UK. It aims to engage and enthuse a massive audience by using innovative visual media to convey the value of restoring our most important but often fragmented natural habitats—to show that healthy ecosystems are not just for wildlife, but are something fundamental to […]

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African Lion and Cub ©-Beverly Joubert

Big Cat Week – A Wildlife Journey

February 5, 2014

Big Cat Week launched in Australia this week on the Nat Geo Wild Channel. The annual event invites viewers into the world of big cats, exploring the amazing abilities, raw power and beauty of these impressive animals. In trade mark style National Geographic has aligned stunning and insightful documentaries with online resources that offer an […]

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