Author: Yvette Taylor

Lawrence Anthony honoured posthumously

Lawrence Anthony, founder of The Earth Organization, received his honourary doctorate, posthumously, from The University of KwaZulu Natal at a graduation ceremony this week. In a moving ceremony at the University of Kwazulu Natal,...

Rhino Rescue Project

Lawrence Anthony was on a mission to save our Rhinos – The Earth Organization needs your help to continue with this mission. The Earth Organization is an independent, non-profit group which seeks to reverse...

Food Security and GMO Foods

Food Security has become a key issue for governments the world over with growing fears that there will be mass starvation due to an increasing world population and crop loses attributed to climate change....

Chapter Summary 2010

2010 has been a year of unprecedented expansion for The Earth Organization (TEO). This is a summary of what our chaoters have been doing around the globe. A Message from the Executive Director International...

Primary School takes a Green Leap

On Thursday morning the 16th September 2010 Eastwood Primary School kicked of their greening program with the help of The Earth Organization. Carl Uys and Sam Madlala, who have recently opened an Earth Organization chapter...

Biodiversity – A Layman’s Guide

The year 2010 has been declared The International Year of Biodiversity. In this article we outline the basics of Biodiversity, some of the factors affecting it and the implications for mankind. The year 2010 has been...

2009 Chapter Summary

A brief look at what our chapters around the world have been doing in the fight to save our planet. Message from the Director, Yvette Taylor It was my intention to do a 6...

“THE ELEPHANT WHISPERER” A BEST SELLER

  “THE ELEPHANT WHISPERER” A BEST SELLER Lawrence Anthony’s inspiring, new, true life adventure story, “The Elephant Whisperer,” is receiving superb reviews on Amazon.uk where it shot to number 12 on release. The Elephant Whisperer...

Africa’s Conservation Challenge

How will Africa survive the global environmental crises?   Africa is the second largest land mass on Earth. It has 53 countries and nearly a billion people. It is an underdeveloped continent with a massive...