Rudi Aarde Obituary, ifaw Longtime Member Has Passed Awa

Rudi Aarde Obituary, Death – IFAW is saddened by the passing of Professor Rudi van Aarde, a long-time partner and friend who was also a pioneering conservation ecologist. Professor van Aarde passed away on July 21 at his home in South Africa. Although today is a very, very sad day, the legacy that Rudi has left behind is incalculable,” said Jason Bell, the executive vice president of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). Van Aarde served as the director of the Conservation Ecology Research Unit (CERU) at the University of Pretoria,

an institution that has collaborated with IFAW for more than twenty years. This relationship, which he oversaw, gave rise to the Room to Roam initiative of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), which aims to ensure that elephant populations remain stable and prosper alongside people throughout East and southern Africa well into the foreseeable future. The very fact that we are now able to pioneer one of the most ambitious global conservation initiatives of our time—Room to Roam—is thanks to Rudi and CERU’s work over the past 20 years,” Bell continued. “Room to Roam” is an acronym that stands for “room to roam,” which is a global conservation initiative.

The ultimate objective of van Aarde’s research was straightforward: to get an understanding of the factors that influence the growth and decline of elephant populations throughout southern Africa, which is home to 80 percent of the continent’s elephants. In order to achieve this goal, he directed the most exhaustive research project ever carried out on the level of an elephant population. His groundbreaking work, which tried to employ scientific evidence to guide conservation decision-making,

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