Category Archives: World

08Feb/21

An unprecedented story in Canada: Parc Safari rewilds two cheetahs in their natural habitat in Africa

HEMMINGFORD, QC, Feb. 8, 2021 /CNW Telbec/ – Here is a story of love and resilience sure to soften the edges in these difficult Covid-stricken times. Parc Safari, located in Hemmingford, Quebec, in collaboration with The Aspinall Foundation, a UK based charity devoted to the conservation of endangered species, and the Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation Preserve in Zimbabwe, have joined forces to re-introduce two of the park’s cheetahs to their natural habitat. Continue reading

18Jan/21

Shackleton presents Antarctica NOW: Why does Antarctica Matter to All of Us?

British Expedition Apparel brand Shackleton presents Antarctica NOW, a seven-day online festival celebrating the extraordinary continent that for centuries has captured restless imaginations and transformed understanding of the rest of the world. Normally January would be a time when thousands of people head to the Antarctic, whether for work or exploration, but COVID-19 has inevitably impacted on that. As borders close and lockdowns intensify, we invite people instead to come with us on a virtual journey. Through dynamic presentations and discussions, provocative writing and pioneering photography, this is a chance to explore the unique wonder and vital significance of Antarctica today. Continue reading

21Dec/20

Peace 4 Animals’ New Documentary, Why On Earth, Uncovers The Vital Connection Between Humans & Animals In Order To Create Positive Change For The Betterment Of Our World

Why On Earth is a compelling new feature-length documentary by prominent animal advocate and filmmaker, Katie Cleary, which takes a comprehensive look into our current condition as a people; uncovering many issues that are affecting our natural world and the animals who inhabit it. Read more

03Nov/20

New Analysis from Falcon.io Highlights Social Media Trends Around the U.S. Presidential Election

Falcon.io, a Cision company, published a new report uncovering how the public is consuming and engaging with election information on social media. The special feature article is the latest analysis to be published for Cision’s 2020 State of the Election blog series, a weekly nonpartisan media analysis of the U.S. presidential election. Read more

01Nov/20

Donald Trump Leads with African Youth – Scores Significantly over Xi Jinping, Survey Finds

With the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election just days away, results from a sweeping multinational survey suggest that young Africans are acutely aware of and appreciate the influence the United States asserts on the continent, with 74% of the 4,200 (aged 18-24) polled from across 14 sub-Saharan African nations citing that the United States regularly impacts modern-day African affairs and 83% suggesting that influence is positive. Read more

29Sep/20

Launch of the Memoir of Dr. Kenneth Kaunda

Widely regarded as one of the founding fathers of modern Africa, the memoir of Dr. Kenneth Kaunda is a personal recollection of major events in the life, the time and the work. 

At ninety-five, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda reflects on his public and private life, from his early years as a son of an early African missionary and teacher in the 1940s, through the struggle against colonial rule in the 1950s and leading Zambia to independence in 1964 and becoming first president of Zambia until 1991 and the founding member and patriarch of the Pan-Africanist Movement. As freedom fighter and anti-apartheid leader, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda persistently supported the liberation struggle in various countries in the sub-region.  

A gifted musician, sportsman, humanitarian and author, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda still lives up to his legacy and continues to have a positive impact on the people of Zambia, Africa and beyond. Kaunda was married to the love of his life Beatrice Banda who passed away in 2012 and they were blessed with eight children.

As well as the privilege of being the first President of Zambia, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda is a recipient of numerous national and international awards and honours.

THE LAUNCH OF THE MEMOIR

DATE: TBD
VENUE:
The African Union Commission Conference Centre & Office Complex, Addis Ababa Ethiopia
HOS
T: The Pan-African Fathers’ Forum In parallel with the General Assembly of the African Union

For more information, please contact:Name: Sola Ajay Tel: +234 806 686 1111

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Source: kennethkaunda.org

07Sep/20

Earth With John Holden Returns Sunday, September 6 With A New Episode Covering Sustainability In Apparel, Mobility, Water Use And Transport.

Earth with John Holden, a national television series airing will be this Sunday, September 6, 2020 at 5 pm ET on Fox Business Network.

Produced by StarMedia Productions, Earth with John Holden is an exciting and insightful, half hour news magazine national television series that deals with one of the most critical issues confronting corporations, households, individuals, and governments today. What we can do as a global community to help our planet and its inhabitants! Read more

18Aug/20

Laws are Failing Wild Animals, Claims Newly Published Research

Licensing Laws and Animal Welfare: The Welfare of Wild Animals (Palgrave MacMillan and Springer Nature), a new book by Dr. Liz Tyson of Born Free USA, calls for reform in the way animal welfare is regulated, arguing that current legislative approaches prioritize the needs of industries that exploit animals over and above the needs of the animals themselves. Read more

08Aug/20

THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes releases trailer August 8th in 15 languages for sequel to one of the top watched documentaries of all time

THRIVE: What on Earth Will it Take? is one of the most widely viewed documentaries in history with over 90 million views across 27 different languages. Released in November 2011, the unconventional documentary lifted the veil on what is truly happening in our world by uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Read more

25Jul/20

Research Finds Plastic Flows Into the Ocean Expected to Triple by 2040–but Immediate Action Could Stem Tide by More Than 80%

A new analysis by The Pew Charitable Trusts and SYSTEMIQ finds that without immediate and sustained action, the annual flow of plastic into the ocean could nearly triple by 2040. But the study also identifies solutions that could cut this volume by more than 80 per cent using technologies that are available today, if key decision-makers are willing to make systemwide changes. Read more