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Save the Rhino's response to Pembient
Save the Rhino International's response to Matthew Markus, the Founder of Pembient's interview with FUSION, published on 15 December 2016.
Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference held in Viet Nam - as scrutiny from CITES intensifies
On the 17th and 18th November 2016, high level delegations from across the globe will touch down in Hanoi, Viet Nam, to attend the international Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference.
Sylvester Kampamba wins Disney Conservation Hero Award
Zambian Education Officer wins Disney Conservation Hero Award in National Park with the country’s only population of black rhinos
Save the Rhino International partners with Real Africa and their #RealRhinos campaign
Real Africa is delighted to announce its partnership with conservation charity Save the Rhino International (registered charity 1035072) and the launch of their #RealRhinos campaign to highlight the plight of rhino in the wild and raise vital funds toward
Dragon Mania Legends® Show Their Paws For Global Charity Event
€25,000 will be donated to an animal charity in an event that will involve top YouTube stars from around the globe
From South London to South Korea – partnering to save rhinos around the world
South Korean fashion brand PAT announced its partnership with the London-based conservation charity, Save the Rhino International to raise vital funds and awareness to protect rhinos in Africa and Asia.
Black Rhino Wheels Partners with Save the Rhino International
Black Rhino Truck Wheels and Off Road Wheels announces partnership with Save the Rhino International to help protect black and white rhinos in South Africa so they can thrive in the wild for future generations.
Wildlife groups hail new EU legislation as a boost for responsible palm oil production
New Europe-wide legislation has come into effect meaning that palm oil will no longer be a hidden ingredient on food packaging - a move which conservation groups are hailing as a significant step forward for the protection of endangered species.
The Bead Coalition and Save the Rhino International unite for rhinos
Today, Monday 22 September 2014, on World Rhino Day 2014, Save the Rhino International (SRI) is pleased to announce a new partnership with The Bead Coalition.
Rhino Rugby Apparel and Save the Rhino International Team Up to Fight Poaching
Rhino Rugby Apparel is proud to announce that they have joined forces with Save the Rhino International to help combat the growing problem of rhino poaching.