Environment

New MoU in Place

To support our elephant conservation efforts head to the official Berdiri website http://www.berdiri.org This month is a landmark for us here at Berdiri. We have signed a new 3 year MoU with the local conservation agency (BKSDA) here in Bengkulu to continue on the much needed conservation efforts for the…...

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EoS Book Excerpt (Elephants of Sumatra) – The Projects

Below is a sample extract from the up coming Elephants of Sumatra – The Final Stand documentary photography book being published in support of the critically endangered sumatran elephants and the various projects we have, projects we support directly in the field or indirectly by other means. The final product…...

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Elephant Response Unit – Way Kambas

Last week we took a field trip to the Way Kambas National Park in South Sumatra to present some new technologies to the current existing Elephant Response Units working around the borders of the Way Kambas National Park. The ERU (Elephant Response Units) work the borders of the National Park…...

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The Plastic Revolution

The Revolution 200 years ago was around the time of the industrial revolution. It changed the world and has shaped what we know as life today. We are now in the midst of a new revolution that will once again shape the world in the centuries to come,  the plastic…...

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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Did you know the largest landfill in the world is not on the land but in the Pacific Ocean? This garbage dump is a collection of marine debris that ends up in oceans, seas, and other large bodies of water. Any kind of trash like plastic bottles, wastes from ships, dumping of toxic industrial…...

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God’s Own Country – the Serengeti

Perhaps no other place is more globally recognized as a symbol of the African continent’s true natural beauty than the Serengeti, Tanzania’s oldest national reserve. Regardless of the countless documentaries one may have seen showcasing a million wildebeest making their way across the vast Serengeti savanna on their annual pilgrimage,…...

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Critically Endangered Sumatran Elephants

THE SUMATRAN ELEPHANTS: ANOTHER CLOSE CALL It is indeed an indictment of us and our humanity when the number of animals featuring on the endangered list mounts faster than mercury on a hot summer afternoon. By 2030 we will be an elite race making preparations that will allow us to…...

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