Soy – Better Than Its Reputation?
When talking about soy, people often think of genetically modified monocultures and cleared rainforests in South America. Unfortunately, this is the reality for the most part. But
Palm Oil – The Hidden Ingredient
About every second supermarket product contains palm oil or palm kernel oil. Nutella, the universally popular spread, is a well-known example of this. However, palm oil can also be
The Last Third of The Rainforest
According to a study, around two-thirds of the original tropical rainforest has been destroyed or at least thinned out by humans. The last third of the rainforest is what we have l
Team Nepada Wildlife – Part 2
The Nepada Wildlife e.V. team show continues. Now with the members who provide creative texts, images and concepts around the protection of species. With the help of the following
Countering the next pandemic with species protection
Somewhere in the Far East, a bat, a pangolin and a human meet. A trivial piece of news that normally would have interested no one here in Europe. Had life as we know it not come to
Abenteuer Artenschutz – Book launch
»Abenteuer Artenschutz. Als Tierärztin im Dschungel« heißt das neue Buch von Hannah und durften wir mit Nepada Wildlife am 07. Oktober zum ersten Mal in Hamburg am Hafen präse
Borneo Gibbon – Last of its kind?
How 48 hours with a two-month-old baby gibbon, no bigger than my forearm, in the jungles of Borneo turned my life upside down. Gibbons are closer relatives to humans than to macaqu