Survival International

How You Can Help Save the Amazon Rainforest From Deforestation

Frontier | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK

The Amazon rainforest is the largest gathering of trees on the planet, covering 5,500,000 square kilometers. The area is vast, spread across nine countries: the majority in Brazil (60%), followed by 13% in Peru 10% in Colombia and other small variants in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana.

Review of Sebastiao Salgado's New Exhibition 'Genesis'

Joanna Eede | Posted 16.09.2013 | UK Entertainment
Joanna Eede

Salgado's beautiful wildlife images show chinstrap penguins skidding across icebergs, and the wide-winged wheeling of albatrosses above their colony in the Falkland Islands; they portray the sly sideways glance of a Gelada baboon, water dripping from the tail of a Southern Right whale like a silver-beaded curtain, and a lone baboon crossing the sand dunes of Namibia.

Death in the Devil's Paradise

Jonathan Mazower | Posted 27.05.2013 | UK
Jonathan Mazower

One hundred years ago this month, one of the least known, and most shameful, episodes in British colonial history was brought to an end in a London court room.

Colin Firth Fights To Save 'Earth's Most Threatened Tribe'

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 25.04.2012 | UK Entertainment

Colin Firth today launched a major Survival International campaign to save one of the world's most threatened tribes – the Awá of the Brazilian Ama...

There's More to Conservation Than Tigers and Pandas

Sophie Pritchard | Posted 08.04.2012 | UK
Sophie Pritchard

As the manager of a charitable fund people often comment that it must be a little like playing God. Certainly I've had responses from unsuccessful applicants telling me that my decision will result in children starving, which is not the kind of message anyone wants to see in their inbox. But how do you choose which projects to fund and who to help?

Natasha, Savannah and Sienna - I'm So Proud of My Girls!

Kelly Hoppen | Posted 11.02.2012 | Home
Kelly Hoppen

I am so proud of my daughter Natasha, and my step daughters Savannah and Sienna. Not only have they been very successful in turning their passions into professions, but they are all dedicated to giving something back and making a real change.

Exposed: Ethiopia Gives Farmland to Foreigners While Thousands Starve

Joanna Eede | Posted 02.10.2011 | UK Politics
Joanna Eede

Vast blocks of fertile land in the Omo River area in south west Ethiopia are being leased out to Malaysian, Italian and Korean companies, as well as being cleared for vast state-run plantations producing export crops, even though 90,000 tribal people in the area depend on the land to survive.