Rwanda welcomes the return of the black rhino after a 10-year absence

Rwanda welcomes the return of the black rhino after a 10-year absence

After 10 years the Eastern black rhino is back in Akagera National Park, a magnificent 112,000 hectare reserve in eastern Rwanda. After the reinsertion of lions in 2015, the reintroduction of 18 rhinos in May was significant as it makes the park, and more generally Rwanda, a “big five” destination once again – home to large African species: rhinos,

10 actors committed to ending world hunger

10 actors committed to ending world hunger

Paul Newman In 1982, the late Paul Newman, together with writer Aaron Edward Hotchner, founded Newman’s Own, a food company that donates 100 per cent of its net profits to the foundation of the same name, which in turn distributes it to organizations and associations involved in environmental and social causes. This was the wish of

Edie Mukiibi. We need to go back to the soil to move forward

Edie Mukiibi. We need to go back to the soil to move forward

Recovering a sustainable use of the soil is essential for our future, and that of biodiversity. During his Italian visit in occasion of the Seeds&Chips Global Food Innovation Summit in Milan we talked to Edward Mukiibi, Vice President at Slow Food International and Coordinator of Slow Food Uganda Activities. Mukiibi is an agronomist born and raised

Kuki Gallmann, fighting for Kenya’s nature and her life

Kuki Gallmann, fighting for Kenya’s nature and her life

Kuki Gallmann is an Italian born Kenyan who established the Laikipia Nature Conservancy in Ol Ari Nyiro – which means the “place of great springs” in the local Maa language – an area on the edge of the Great Rift Valley, in the north Kenyan region of Laikipia: what used to be a ranch is now a protected