Photographers Against Wildlife Crime | Book review
February 13, 2020
Photographers Against Wildlife Crime edited by Britta Jaschinski & Keith Wilson
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know our planet is in crisis. It’s not just climate change; human activity is driving the sixth mass extinction event in Earth’s history – and much of this is due to illegal poaching for human consumption.
In the face of political inactivity, a collective of wildlife photographers is raising awareness of the heartbreaking stories of animals that are under serious threat, including even the largest land mammal, the African elephant.
This bilingual English / Chinese edition is full of stunning imagery that ranges from harrowing to breathtakingly beautiful. But it’s not all doom; there are also seeds of hope. This is vital work.
Photographers Against Wildlife Crime
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