Category: Conservation

Intro to Peru

We have announced through facebook since a while ago that we are going to Peru, and now we have been here for a little time. With no availability to internet, we haven’t really been able to state what we are going to do here. But it is about time! Peru is home to some of…

Carbon sinners

Heavy rainfalls, thunderstorms, hail, and mudslides – they have caused devastation throughout Germany in the last weeks. Some people lost everything they had and some even lost their lives. After 3 months with Wilhelm in New Zealand, I came back with Lima to Germany about two weeks ago. Neighbouring villages have been flooded and I…

Colombian Jaguars Granted New Protected Habitat

Originally posted on The Jaguar:
Jaguar by Joachim S. Müller. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Rainforest Trust and its partners have enjoyed a number of successes lately. In early November, they announced the creation of a 3.3 million-acre national park in the Peruvian Amazon. That is more area than Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks combined (Rainforest Trust,…