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Every week, the environmental messages of WildAid, whose mission is “to end the illegal wildlife trade in our lifetimes”, reach up to a billion people. WildAid’s inventive campaigning to save endangered species has won the support and participation of some of the world’s best-known faces, from Prince William of the United Kingdom to conservationist Jane… Read more
Since becoming Young Laureates in 2014 – Francesco Sauro, Neeti Kailas, Arthur Zang, Olivier Nsengimana and Hosam Zowawi – have forged ahead. In audio interviews, Catherine Nelson-Pollard asked them to describe how they have made the best of opportunities created by winning a Rolex Award. Read more
The biggest fish in the ocean, the rare Whale Shark, is racing towards a safer, brighter future with hundreds of Western Australian schoolchildren as backers and two Rolex Laureates as the organizers. By Julian Cribb In a strikingly imaginative citizen science project, Rolex Laureates Brad Norman and Rory Wilson – via Norman’s conservation group ECOCEAN… Read more
Whether being applauded for her humanitarianism by the Italian edition of Vanity Fair, or providing online learning to youth in 130 countries free of charge, Selene Biffi is more than meeting the high expectations she set for herself when she launched her first start-up at the age of 22. “The minute I discovered social entrepreneurship,… Read more
Maritza Morales Casanova, a 2012 Young Laureate and environmentalist from the state of Yucatán, Mexico, is determined to raise awareness among young people, principally through developing Ceiba Pentandra, a major park dedicated to environmental education. When she was invited to participate in May 2015 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park BioBlitz and Biodiversity and Cultural Festival (held… Read more