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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

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July 25th 2016:The Difference A Year Makes with Johnny Rodrigues

Here we are one year after Cecil, one lion of thousands, captured the world because an American was involved. Today’s episode with Johnny Rodrigues from one year ago attests we have witnessed a paradigm shift, and the effects will continue to ripple out near and far into the future. It is good we can rally around an iconic species, that USFW EPA has listed lions; that trophy and canned hunting may not be the best way to increase tourism. The impact gained by the attention of multitudes of people can make rapid change happen. We've found some answers for lions, yet the question remains, When w

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Johnny Rodrigues, “The only thing that limits what you can do to help is your imagination.” Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force was formed in April 2001, with the blessing of Francis Nhema, for the purpose of assisting National Parks with anti-poaching patrols and raise funds for the Parks. Later, upon reported evidence that poaching rings were controlled by government officals, police, army and Nat Parks themselves, the Zim gov’t and Nat Parks became hostile to Johnny and ZCTF. Despite this, Johnny and ZCTF rallied, and rather than remain silent as the gov’t demanded and with help from outside Zim, he notified the world of the lawlessness and capture for export to China of elephants in Zimbabw
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 18/12/2017 08:00 18/12/2017 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world Here we are one year after Cecil, one lion of thousands, captured the world because an American was involved. Today’s episode with Johnny Rodrigues from one year ago attests we have witnessed a paradigm shift, and the effects will continue to ripple out near and far into the future. It is good we can rally around an iconic species, that USFW EPA has listed lions; that trophy and canned hunting may not be the best way to increase tourism. The impact gained by the attention of multitudes of people can make rapid change happen. We've found some answers for lions, yet the question remains, When will we gather together to solve the elephant and rhino crises? Whether wild or captive or farmed? From burning to crushing to banning, we have not succeeded in either crushing the demand nor stopped killing nor made a dent in the cartels, changed legal status or hunting, nor the illegal trafficking and trade. What will it take to find and rally around the equivalent of ‘Cecil’ The Elephant? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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