Author Rupi Gill

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Word from the editor

Karibu Whilst we do not break the ice by talking about the weather here customarily, I find myself wanting to make some comment on the incredulous…

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Sacred Trees

Fig trees were here when dinosaurs first roamed the planet. Ficus is a genus of some 850 species that exist world wide. Scientists have been studying…

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The gods at Christmas

I’m in the wilderness with a group of outstanding thinkers, readers, some of them writers, an authority on animal behaviour and all of them conservationists. We…

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Kifaru the Film

“This is what extinction looks like.” James Mwenda, who looked after Sudan, the last male white rhino on earth until his death in March 2018, says.…

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Word from the editor

Karibu As you soar above the towns, then villages turning into wilderness over the cradle of mankind, then land at your destination – I hope you’ll…

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Karibu Are you looking out at the changing landscape? Contemplate the wilderness above which you soar – It is inextricably linked to heritage, culture and climate…

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Understanding Chelenge

‘Though a tree grows so high, the falling leaves return to the root. ‘ African Proverb If you were to ask me ‘who is an African’?…

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