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Joint Statement on Martyrdom of Shehla Masood

Shehla Masood

Though we try to share stories of inspiration and hope as much as we can, it is also our responsibility to highlight the ones that cause us much grief and sadness, especially as they remind us of the heroism with which men and women all over the world risk their lives and are sometimes are […]

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August 21st, 2011 | Posted in Behaviour Change,Wildlife | Read More »

Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins: ACRES’ response to Resorts World Sentosa

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We recently published the article, “ACRES needs your help to “Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins”  To recap, Resorts World Sentosa(RWS) is Singapore’s leading casino operator, and is importing 25 bottlenose dolphins captured in the wild from Solomon Islands. Two additional dolphins had died during training in the Philippines.  ACRES is a Singapore based NGO which […]

June 8th, 2011 | Posted in Water/Marine Life,Wildlife | Read More »

ACRES needs your help to “Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins”

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Animals Concerns and Research & Education Society (ACRES), is a Singapore-based NGO which creates awareness about animal rights, and promotes community involvement in the animal protection movement. Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), Singapore’s leading casino operator purchased 27 dolphins from Solomon Islands. Two already died last year in Langkawi in transit.  Please support ACRES’ campaign to […]

May 30th, 2011 | Posted in Singapore,Water/Marine Life,Wildlife | Read More »

Sharks’ Fin – The Red Flag

Dying shark

Our guest writer today is JENNIFER LEE.  She is the founder of Project:FIN, which aims to educate and generate awareness about shark finning and its impacts to the marine ecosystem. She is also a registered volunteer of a wildlife organization in Singapore, and a member of a non-profit animal-assisted therapy organization. Her full-time profession is in marketing, […]

February 12th, 2010 | Posted in Animals/Wildlife,Wildlife | Read More »

JANE GOODALL’s Singapore Botanical Gardens Talk: A Message of Hope

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Yesterday was definitely one of the highlights in my life- to spend a few hours in the company of one of the most dignified, discerning, compassionate and empowering persons in the world. What a privilege it was to have had, Dr. Jane Goodall, renowed primatologist and conservationist share her message of hope to the staff […]

August 3rd, 2009 | Posted in Animals/Wildlife,Biodiversity,Green Activism,Wildlife | Read More »

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