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Tuesday Nov 01, 2022

We are a non-profit organization with a bold vision for planet Earth and all of the species of beings who live on it:human and non-human animals are sharing this planet in peace and harmony.
This may sound like a utopian dream, but the process has already begun: more and more humans are ditching the cruelty inherent in using animals and their products and transitioning to a plant-based, vegan lifestyle. And animal sanctuaries that give a permanent loving home to animals rescued from factory farms and other human abuse are popping up worldwide!

Tuesday Aug 09, 2022

Conservation comes in many forms, which is necessary to deal with the complex different environmental and social issues we’re facing today. With complex issues come an array of different solutions, which is part of what makes conservation so amazing. 
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Tuesday Aug 09, 2022

Chinedu Mogbo is an extraordinary champion for Wildlife in Nigeria. He is a founder of a Wildlife Sanctuary and an advocate for wildlife in his community and beyond.
A passionate and self-driven teacher, environmentalist, teen coach, artist, and activist 
As a teacher, I’ve been able to mentor high school students and spark the flame of activism within each one of them, ensuring that students are mentally challenged and critical thinkers.
As an environmentalist and wildlife enthusiast, I have managed the construction of a state-of-the-art wildlife sanctuary, rescue, rehabilitation, and release of wildlife.
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Tuesday Aug 09, 2022

Ian Redmond is a tropical field biologist and conservationist renowned for his work with great apes and elephants. For more than 35 years, he has been associated with Mountain Gorillas, through research, filming, tourism, and conservation work.  He has served as Ambassador for the UN Year of the Gorilla in 2009 and the UNEP Convention on Migratory Species in 2010.
As with his mentor, the late Dr. Dian Fossey, the main focus of his work shifted in 1978 from research to conservation after poachers killed Digit – a young silverback in one of the Karisoke study groups – to sell his skull and hands. Finding the headless, handless body of a gorilla, he regarded as a friend was a turning point in his life.  Ten years later, in Kenya, the shock was repeated when some of the cave elephants he was studying were killed by ivory poachers.
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Tuesday Aug 09, 2022

Ian Redmond is an exuberant and tireless wildlife defender, world-renowned scientist, researcher, speaker, and board member of many organizations, including Ecoflix, an excellent Wildlife channel dissimilar to MojoStreaming. In addition, Ian is - well, a just all-around nice guy. In this interview, Ian speaks about anything and everything that has to do with wildlife. He does so captivatingly, and we recommend you watch these fascinating interviews.
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Tuesday Aug 09, 2022

Putting conservation principles into practice, he has led anti-poacher patrols, guided film crews and/or special interest tours into close encounters with gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, elephants and erupting volcanoes, and worked to support local conservationists during the horrors of Rwanda’s and D.R. Congo’s civil wars.  Under-cover investigations led him to play the role of a potential ape-buyer in order to infiltrate poaching rings in both DRC and Congo-Brazzaville and a potential Coltan dealer in DRC.  His work on behalf of animals was recognised in 1996 with the presentation of the PAWS Humane Achievement Award, at a ceremony in Hollywood, California.   Ian was appointed OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2006 and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Oxford Brookes University in 2011, a Lifetime Achievement Award at the New York Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in 2013 and received the 2013 Animal Action Award for Conservation from the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
Ian Redmond’s research interests also include:  underground elephants - he carried out the first study and photography of elephants in the caves of Mt Elgon in Kenya and helped Sir David Attenborough to film them for the acclaimed BBC series ‘Life of Mammals’;  parasites - he studied gorilla parasites, and in Papua New Guinea, discovered several new species and a new Genus of nematode worms;  reptiles and amphibians - he discovered two new species of frog, also in New Guinea;  and re-introducing orphaned apes, elephants and polar bears to the wild.
Asked to summarise his work, he says, “I am a naturalist by birth, a biologist by training, and a conservationist by necessity. But conservation for me isn’t just about saving species. On a larger scale, the planet needs us to save functioning eco-systems; on a smaller scale, we must also recognise that species are made up of individual animals. For me, it became personal when I had the privilege of getting to know individual wild animals in the wild... I can truthfully say that some of my best friends are gorillas, and I care passionately about them and the future of all life on Earth."
Watch the video and see more content at https://www.mojostreaming.com/video/789/ian-redmond-interview-eps1#.YvKj1MnjtXw.link
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Thursday Jul 28, 2022

Armand Grobler, the owner, and operator of Rhulani Safaris, is a specialized Photo Guide with a burning passion for African wildlife, specifically the BIG CATS!
To see the video podcast version, which has excellent footage of wildlife, visit  https://www.mojostreaming.com/video/756/mojostreaming-goes-on-a-photographic-tour-with-armand-grobler
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Wednesday Jun 15, 2022

Dr Ross Harvey
Dr. Ross Harvey is a natural resource economist and policy analyst, and he has been dealing with governance issues in various forms across this sector since 2007. He has a PhD in economics from the University of Cape Town, and his thesis research focused on the political economy of oil and institutional development in Angola and Nigeria. 
To see his video podcast visit MojoStreaming at https://www.mojostreaming.com/videos/talk-show-channel

Sunday Jun 12, 2022

Since day one, Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control has had over 200,000 wildlife removals and exclusions with environment-friendly, poison-free methods. 
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Sunday Jun 12, 2022

Lauren is an accomplished wildlife presenter, zoologist, and marine biologist with love for conservation and creative natural history storytelling featured on WWF International, National Geographic, and WildEarth. 



MojoStreaming is a network where advocacy meets entertainment. A channel dedicated to wildlife, our planet, and the concerns of our environment.   Our vision is to rejuvenate the love for wildlife through inspiration, creativity, and compassion.    Our Mission is to ignite empathy for animals through mesmerizing and entertaining content while educating the world about the importance of wildlife   The goal is to become the voice of thousands of species and motivate our audience to support and safeguard the wildlife and the environment through our content.   It is a site like no other, from educational wildlife programming to live streaming in sanctuaries around the world to our news/political channel that will keep you current on today's issues we are facing.  We invite you to be a part of our family; we can make a difference by working together

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