Species on the Brink

The world is changing, we ARE improving. But if we don’t speed up, it’ll be too late for many, many species. Reserva Youth Land Trusts and Re:wild lead the month with stories Dacre Montgomery, Karrueche Tran, Paula Castano and more.

Wonders of the Wild

By Rositsa Vangelova, Paul Goodenough and Malaika Vaz

Article by Poem Schway Where did all the animals go? Into cages and containers Every second of each day, cargo trucks and trains around the world smuggle endangered animals across borders to their deaths. Brazil’s Institute of Environment and Natural Resources estimates that 12 million animals are poached each…

How Much Did That Cost Comic Panel 1 by Cheddar Gorgeous, David Schneider and War and Peas


By David Schneider, Amber Weedon, Prof. Ben Garrod, Cheddar Gorgeous, Paul Goodenough Daniella Orsini, War & Peas and Drew Sheneman

The true cost behind everyday products Article written by Tasmin Hansmann   Ever since the concept of money got invented about 7.000 years ago, it has become an important part of our lives. We need to spend money to eat, to dress, to communicate…

Species on the Brink - Karrueche Tran and Extra Fabulous Comics

Save the Saola – Karrueche Tran, Re:wild and Extra Fabulous Comics

By Extrafabulous Comics, Karrueche Tran and Re:wild

Why do Saolas need a breeding program? An article from Tasmin Hansmann Like many other species, the Saola is threatened by extinction. What makes them extra special is the fact that no scientist has ever actually seen one in the wild. ​​In fact even camera-traps set…

Its Kind of a Mess - David Schneider and Safely Endangered - panel 1

It’s Kind of a Mess

By David Schneider, Paul Goodenough, Amber Weedon and Safely Endangered

Article by Poem Schway Why is unsustainable palm oil so harmful? Palm oil is drowning the world. According to the World Wildlife Fund, it’s in “close to 50 percent of the packaged products we find in supermarkets,” from candy to makeup to toothpaste. Behind…