Friday June 18 saw the launch of two important short films, sponsored by Born Free Foundation and Born Free USA, featuring the devastating impact of deforestation on the people and wildlife of Indonesia.
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Born Free’s dear friend and indefatigable elephant advocate Hezy Shoshani tragically lost his life in a minibus bombing in Ethiopia last week.
Last month, we told you about a great new book, Gorgeously Green, written by longtime friend to Born Free, Sophie Uliano.
Gorgeously Green, the new book by Sophie Uliano, longtime friend to Born Free, will hit bookstores April 8, and provides readers with simple steps to make their lives more “green.” After all, green is the new black! With a forward by actor and activist, Julia Roberts, Gorgeously Green is a must-have for any gal making environmentally positive changes in her life. And Ms. Roberts isn’t the only celebrity hip to Sophie’s tips. Oprah will soon welcome Sophie to her talk show. Be sure to check your local listings.
Be sure to check out our new blog, where members of the Born Free USA team and animal experts talk about issues that make them tick — or just plain tick them off! Whether it’s a topic that infuriates, delights, or challenges, the Born Free USA blog is yet another way for us to connect and share stories about the work that inspires us all. Be sure to sign up to receive RSS feeds straight to your inbox!
In 2007, Handle with Care, a global coalition of national and international animal protection organizations (including Born Free USA united with API), conducted an investigation into one of the worst transportation routes pigs travel in North America.
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