Numbers of Irrawaddy Dolphins in the Mekong River are on the rise for the first time in two decades, showing that the conservation efforts of SOS grantee WWF to save this Critically Endangered population are paying off.
What do our previous grantees say about working with Save Our Species? To answer that question, we interviewed Tim Jackson, Senior Technical Writer of the South African NGO the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT).
Each year, March 3rd – marking the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in 1973 – is celebrated as UN World Wildlife Day.
Launching at Paris Fashion Week 2018, the Save Our Species capsule collection is the fruit of an inspiring collaboration between global fashion and sportswear brand Lacoste SA and IUCN’s Save Our Species.
South Africa’s Cape Region is currently blighted by severe drought, putting the last remaining populations of rare Redfin fish at risk. People at SOS partner Cape Critical Rivers work to keep the region’s rivers flowing to save the fish.
Each year SOS compiles a list of the top stories published on the website. This year these news stories from 2017 illustrate the breadth and diversity of the portfolio to date while highlighting the importance of communications itself to...