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Minecraft gamers help raise awareness about wildlife poaching

United for Wildlife is asking Minecraft players to help build a conservation map that will educate the wider gaming community about illegal wildlife trade.

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Could you win the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge?

Do you have a brilliant idea that could help put a stop to wildlife crime? If so, the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge could help make your idea a reality.

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Ranger killed by poachers in Garamba National Park, DRC

We at Fauna & Flora International extend our condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of ranger Agoyo Mbikoyo, who was killed by armed poachers while on duty in Garamba National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Here, we share a statement written by Cynthia Walley of African Parks.

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Conservation Leadership Programme announces 2015 winners

From whale sharks to wild roses, and from snow leopards to storks, the 2015 Team Conservation Awards will help conserve some of the world’s most iconic wildlife, while helping young conservationists develop their skills.

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