Revealed: The Deadly Cost of Defending Elephants from Ivory Poachers
VICE investigates extrajudicial killing in Kenya.
Ben Bryant and Namir Shabibi
Why Green Bean Casserole Is Killing Off Rhinos
The creamy, bubbly casserole is an iconic winter dish, but those French-fried onions on top—as well as a whole host of other supermarket foods—are full of wildlife-endangering palm oil.
This Photographer Captures Striking Photos of Environmental Disasters
We talked to 'Manufactured Landscapes' photographer Edward Burtynsky about Kenya's ivory burn, Fort McMurray wildfires, and the impact of 3D printing.
We Must Abolish Capitalism to Save the Animals
We talked about "radical conservation" with Ashley Dawson, author of a new book called Extinction: A Radical History.
The Ringling Bros Elephant Sanctuary Is Hardly a Paradise
Animal rights activists applauded the Ringling Bros decision to send their elephants into retirement, but a new report from PETA paints a very dark picture of their sanctuary.
Meet the Canadian Trying to Make Elephant Poo Coffee a Thing
Blake Dinkin is trying to revolutionise coffee. Just don't think about where those beans have been.
Photographing Delhi's Inner City Elephants
Their population is dwindling.
The Cute Show!
A wacky Busch Gardens-style amusement park in Chiba prefecture.
Bad People Are Turning Dead Rhinos into Terrorism
The world got together this week to discuss how to stop this shitty business.
The War in Mali Isn't Any Good for Its Elephants
There are only 550 left, so an influx of guns, bombs and hungry fighters probably isn't the best news.
Stefan Simanowitz, Photos: Nomba Ganame and Carlton