Conservation & Community

Sea Turtles swimming

Put your Money where your Heart Lies

The heartbreakingly beautiful Hawksbill Turtle loves coral reefs and rocky areas, lagoons, mangroves (the Pacific coast of the America’s, primarily El Salvador and Nicaragua), oceanic islands (both coasts of Nicaragua, Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia, and Indonesia ) and shallow coastal areas all around the tropical oceans of the world. Turtles have been swimming…

Read More...
Out of Africa

The Devil and Ms Dinesen

In Out of Africa, movie Karen, Baroness Blixen, is cast as a European settler who forces her culture and will on the native people. Instead, Denys Finch Hatton appropriates the real Karen, Baroness Blixen’s, compassion and grief over the changes European settlers force on the Kenyans, their culture, their identity, and their dignity. It is…

Read More...
Cesaria Evora

Cesária Évora

Should a true fairy tales always start with hardship? Must a heroine overcome great odds? Our Barefoot Diva certainly answers to the demands of the genre. Born on August 27th, 1941 in Mindelo, a port city on the island of São Vicente, Cesária Évora’s father dies when she is only seven. By the age of…

Read More...
Tiger and cubs lying on dusty dirt road with trees and bush, Bandhavgarh National Park Syna Tiger Resort

Tigritude

As we write we believe there are 3,890 tigers alive in the wild. This is something of a victory for tiger conservation, following a century in which the tiger population declined by 95%. Back in 2010, there were only 3,200 tigers and 13 countries committed to doubling the world’s wild tigers by 2022. This conservation…

Read More...

Duuun dun duuun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun

The incisive E and F John Williams used to compose the entire theme tune for Jaws are still instantly recognizable. But the life of the Great White has changed quite a bit since Spielberg’s 1975 movie. Back then, people paid to sit in cozy theatres with popcorn to watch sharks eat other people on screen.…

Read More...

Just Dig It

There is a Nilotic subtribe of the Maasai living in north-central Kenya. They call themselves Lokop or Loikop, which some agree translate to ‘owners of the land’, but we know them by the dialect that they speak. The Samburu. As semi-nomadic pastoralists they have occupied themselves mainly with herding cattle, sheep, goats and camels. Little…

Read More...

Why Impact Investing is Changing Charity

If combining your Passion with Philanthropy and Profit sounds too good to be true we would like to introduce you to Impact Investing. Purposely using your beliefs and your resources—in this instance a portion of your investments—to give someone else a chance may give your money and even your life new meaning. What are these…

Read More...
Call us with any questions:
US: 800-405-9463
AUS: 61-7-5455-4243