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Jul302018

Largest elephant population under threat from uranium mine

The Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania -- a World Heritage Site -- has been left unprotected from plundering uranium mining companies. A major uranium mine is now projected for the park, home to Africa's largest elephant population, already under severe threat of decimation by poachers. We call on the Tanzanian government and the World Heritage Committee to block this deadly scheme and protect Africa's precious wildlife before it is too late. Read the article.