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The Wilderness Movement – Taking a Stand Against Environmental Destruction and Animal Abuse
Rewilding South Africa’s Captive Lions: Solution or False Prophecy
TROPHY HUNTING WILL END UP KILLING ITSELF
The Nature and Human Wellbeing Game – Winners and losers?
THE LESSON OF THE SNAKE
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you
Reconnecting and Reengaging Wilderness Stewardship
A Wilderness of the Heart
The Cry of the Wolf
The Elephant Whisperer
From Climate Chaos to Climate Hope
The Blood Lions Story: One Organisation's Quest to Save Africa's Iconic Big Cats
Palesa Pads: Empowering African Girls through Education and Menstrual Health
The Black Mambas – The Inspiring Story of the female Anti-poaching Unit
Conservation through art
Eskom - A Looming Environmental and Economic Disaster
Reducing our Carbon Footprints
Sustainable Agriculture – A Path to a Greener Future
Beyond the Landfill
From Scarcity to Sustainability: Water Management Conservation
Monetising Environmental Sustainability in South Africa's ESG Landscape
The Clean Energy Revolution
Exploring the Depths: Latest Advances in Marine Biology Research
Gorongosa National Park – A Conservation Success Story
SOS for Bees - Understanding the Threats and What You Can Do to Help
Innovative Solutions to Tackling Ocean Plastic Pollution
The Impact of Sustainable Advertising
Building for the Future
Our Planet in Peril
Beyond the Veil
Right To the End
Echoes of a Forest
The Spirit of Ice and Snow
A Tale of Sir Fungus and the Crobe Army
Saving The Planet Together
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Echoes of a Forest
The forest had once stood proud and tall
The forest had once stood proud and tall, a canopy of green, a living wall.
A place of peace, of life and grace, now vanished, without a trace.
The trees were felled, one by one, their lifeless bodies, baking in the sun.
The animals fled, with nowhere to go, their homes destroyed, their fate a woe.
The land was cleared, for man's own gain, a sad tale of loss, of needless pain.
The forest's plight, a tragic tale, of man's greed, his lust to prevail.
But hope remains, for all is not lost, the forest can recover, at any cost.
We can plant anew, and let it grow, and watch it thrive, in its natural glow.
For the forest is a vital part of our earth, A place of wonder, of immeasurable worth.
We must preserve it, for our children's sake, And for the sake of all that's at stake.