Conservationists are adopting crowdsourcing methods to combat poaching

“No hope to stop wildlife crime without choking the layer of corrupt government officials, politicians, and security officers.” Andrea Crosta, founder of Elephant Action League and WildLeaks. Crosta hopes the project will result in pressure from governments such as the United States or the presidents of these countries to remove corrupt officials from positions of […]

WildLeaks, new (sanitized) leak released to the public

LEAK COUNTRY/REGION: Mozambique/South Africa TOPIC: Illegal trophy hunting of lions and leopards Corruption and bribery still allow illegal use of baits to lure lions and leopards from the Kruger National Park into Mozambique. Scouts pull decomposing meat along the border in the Kruger and pull it back into Mozambique, then pull the meat up to […]

WANTED Feisal Mohamed Ali – For Ivory Traffick in Kenya

WANTED Feisal Mohamed Ali For ivory trafficking in Kenya – Please help: www.wildleaks.org Charges: Dealing in wildlife trophies contrary to section 84(1) as read with section 92 of the wildlife conservation and management Act No. of 2014 laws of Kenya Interpol Red Notice here: http://www.interpol.int/notice/search/wanted/2014-58912

Breaking: WildLeaks releases first (sanitized) leak to the public

LEAK Country/Region: Eastern Africa Topic: Ivory traffic Prominent politician involved in multi-country ivory traffic. Government building apparently used in a few occasions to temporarily store and hide the ivory. Subject allegedly involved also in drug trafficking and in protecting other traffickers. Confirmed by multiple sources (to WildLeaks). Status: Ongoing Preliminary findings shared with an international […]

WildLeaks’ founder at the Open Development Camp, Amsterdam

Open Development Camp 2014 in Amsterdam – Friday October 10th A presentation of WildLeaks. Meet the founder. Join us at #ODC14 to explore: – How (and even if) open works to empower local communities; – How to overcome challenges and stay away from the dark sides of open; – How open should be anchored in […]

WildLeaks & Panthera, a new partnership

WildLeaks and Elephant Action League are proud to announce a new partnership with Panthera.org, the world leading organization working on conservation strategies for the world’s largest and most endangered cats: tigers, lions, jaguars and snow leopards. Support this wonderful initiative working to end wildlife poaching and trafficking – visit www.wildleaks.org & like WildLeaks on Facebook & […]

WildLeaks, pressure piles on Kenya to arrest suspected ivory kingpins

On The East African The launch of an information sharing initiative in Tanzania to combat poaching (ed. WildLeaks) has put Kenya on the spot over its laxity in arresting suspected poaching kingpins. Pressure is now piling on Nairobi to arrest Feizal Ali Mohammed, who has been linked with poaching and dealing in ivory. In the […]

WildLeaks launches its Facebook page and Twitter account!

Stay tuned and start following! facebook.com/wildleaks twitter.com/wildleaks WildLeaks, Fighting Back.

WildLeaks, an interview by Deutsche Welle

WildLeaks: a whistlebower platform for poaching and wildlife crimes Many witnesses of poaching or other wildlife crimes remain silent, fearing retribution. An anonymous whistlebower platform aims to change that. The WildLeaks project is turning information into action on the ground. WildLeaks is the first secure and anonymous platform for wildlife and forest crime whistleblowers. Its […]

WildLeaks on Libération, pour nos amis français!

WildLeaks, lanceur d’alertes vertes Inspirée de WikiLeaks, une plateforme collaborative permet de dénoncer anonymement les crimes contre l’environnement. Jusqu’à présent, les défenseurs de la transparence politique pouvaient se reposer sur Wikileaks pour relayer des fuites de documents confidentiels. Que les écologistes se rassurent, ils disposent désormais de WildLeaks, le WikiLeaks de la faune et la […]

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