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Gorilla Tactics How to Save a Species

Biography / Memoir New
By: Greg Cummings(Author)
320 pages
Gorilla Tactics
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  • Gorilla Tactics ISBN: 9780897330312 Hardback Mar 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Our love of gorillas has long been reflected in literature and films – Tarzan, King Kong, The Jungle Book, Gorillas in the Mist – and their popularity continues to grow.

Gorillas are among the most recognizable of the large charismatic mammals, but climate change and poaching has brought them to the brink of extinction. Greg Cummings was the executive director of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund for seventeen years. He shares his fascinating experiences as a "wildlife Robin Hood" – raising money from the rich and famous and redistributing it to endangered gorillas and their habitats. He met and enlisted the help of celebrities such as Sigourney Weaver, Arthur C. Clark, Douglas Adams, and Leonardo DiCaprio. This thirty-year worldwide journey moves from boardrooms in Manhattan and London to mountain treks in Rwanda and the Congo.

Gorilla Tactics is sure to enchant readers with Greg's unique experiences, while sharing insight into the work it takes to save a species from extinction.


1. April 11, 1994
2. A New Career
3. Monkey Business
4. Into Africa
5. Creating a Conservation Culture
6. Mission to Planet Earth
7. Gorillas from Space
8. Virtual Africa Office
9. Congo
10. A Once-and-for-All Fund
11. WTF?
12. Our DNA
13. In Too Deep
14. Campaign for Gorilla-Friendly Technology
15. Digging in the Dirt
16. Save the Gorilla
17. No One Loved Gorillas More
18. A Burnt-Out Career
19. Legacy

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Greg Cummings has been featured in international publications such as the Guardian, Ecologist, and Sea Angler. In 2006 his organization was awarded the BBC Animal Award for best wildlife conservation program. A fundraiser since 1990, Cummings has raised money in America, Britain, France, Holland, Italy, and Canada for causes ranging from wildlife conservation to mental health. As director of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund UK, he set up dozens of innovative, grassroots projects in troubled parts of the world-many of which are self-sustaining to this day. His global perspective has given him an eye for where the next crisis might arise, and how to thwart it. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.

Biography / Memoir New
By: Greg Cummings(Author)
320 pages
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