13 Apr '11, 1pm

Against the Odds: Saving Rhinos in a Troubled Land

Against the Odds: Saving Rhinos in a Troubled Land

For three decades, Raoul du Toit has led the fight to protect black rhinos in Zimbabwe, a struggle that earned him a Goldman Environmental Prize this week. In an interview with Yale Environment 360, he talks about the challenge of saving this iconic African animal in the face of his country’s economic collapse and a new wave of poaching.

Full article: http://e360.yale.edu/feature/against_the_odds_saving_rhin...

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