As a Trustee of Space for Giants we help to protect Africa’s elephants from immediate threats like poaching while working to secure their habitats in perpetuity in landscapes facing greatly increasing pressures. We have many projects in Kenya, Gabon, Uganda, and Botswana but work across all African countries. The numbers are stark and alarming. There are 250,000 elephants in Africa but they are being killed at a rate of 25,000 a year leaving just 10 years for us to save them from extinction.
We use innovative, proven interventions to confront acute issues like the ivory trade and long-term challenges such as balancing the needs of wildlife and growing human populations. We seek solutions rooted in the wisdom of people who understand wildlife best, because they study it, or live alongside it, or both. We understand long-term success depends on creating economic and social benefits for the people who share their environment with wildlife.
We use science and best-practices to develop and deliver anti-poaching initiatives, secure protected landscapes for elephants, work to lessen the problems that arise where people and elephants live alongside each other, and provide conservation training and education. Space for Giants also runs an international forum of political leaders, conservationists, and philanthropists, united to protect half of Africa’s elephants by 2020.
Amazon measures the success of content based on a cost of first stream metric. Analysis suggests that hitting targets for Amazon’s current sports deals is eminently achievable but competition with traditional broadcasters for more premium rights would require more bullish assumptions. It also throws up some interesting implications for the types of rights Amazon may […]READ MORE
Rob Collier, a manager at Redshift, volunteers with The ATE Trust, a leading UK provider for children’s residential summer camps. Rob has worked with the Trust since 2008 in a variety of roles, including as a camp supervisor and, more recently, a deputy director. Rob provides a regular ‘business analysis’ feature in the annual meeting […]READ MORE
Apple has launched a dedicated TV app within its latest iOS and OSTV update. The new app enables users to switch between content providers (provided you have downloaded the relevant application) without having to switch from the TV app. The name change of the app is interesting in itself. The change from ‘Video’ to ‘TV’ suggests […]READ MORE
As a Trustee of Space for Giants we help to protect Africa’s elephants from immediate threats like poaching while working to secure their habitats in perpetuity in landscapes facing greatly increasing pressures. We have many projects in Kenya, Gabon, Uganda, and Botswana but work across all African countries. The numbers are stark and alarming. There […]READ MORE
Redshift continue to work successfully as a team outside of the office, partaking in a regular 6-aside touch rugby league during the Spring and Summer months.READ MORE
Redshift supports the Summer Camps Trust; Rob Collier, a manager at Redshift, has acted as a Trustee since 2016. Rob combines his knowledge of business strategy, web development and analysis with nearly 10 years of experience volunteering on residential summer camps with young people. The Summer Camps Trust highlights the benefits that summer […]READ MORE
Giving back is central to Redshift’s ethos, and our employees are encouraged to engage in charitable projects within and outside the office through fundraising and volunteering.READ MORE
The annual Soho House Festival in Richmond remains a highlight of the Redshift social calendar.READ MORE