White Paper

MEDIA RELEASE: Animal protectionists trying to undermine the South African Constitution by influencing key government White Paper

MEDIA RELEASE: Animal protectionists trying to undermine the South African Constitution by influencing key government White Paper 21 September 2022 For Immediate Release Animal protectionists trying to undermine the South African Constitution by influencing key government White PaperThe government has invited public comment on its Draft White Paper on Conservation and Sustainable Use of South...
conservation

It’s time to center African people in the conservation agenda – Mongabay Commentary

It’s time to center African people in the conservation agenda - Mongabay Commentary by Gail thomson The African Protected Areas Congress was launched to position African protected and conserved areas within the broader goals of economic development and community well being.As the first Congress of its kind, APAC is an important step away from ‘fortress conservation’ approaches and towards...
Animals Abroad Act

Poorly conceived’ Animals Abroad Bill puts wildlife at risk, UK government told – The Guardian January 13, 2022

'Poorly conceived’ Animals Abroad Bill puts wildlife at risk, UK government told - The Guardian January 13, 2022 Proposed ban on trophy hunting imports ignores African perspectives and could reverse conservation gains, says open letter  In an article in The Guardian UK on Thursday 13 January 2022, some balanced reporting by environmental journalist Patrick Greenfield about the hunting bans...
celebrity power

Celebrity power undermining global conservation efforts, scientists warn

Celebrity power undermining global conservation efforts, scientists warn Finally, the voices of Africa's rural communities are being heard. Congratulations Alex Morss on an important article. Delighted you're hearing the voices of rural communities and for having the courage to produce this balanced, well-researched article on the lived reality of African people. Read the article here

Militant anti-hunting campaigns ignore the needs of poor rural Africans – The Telegraph. Author: Boynton 2020-12

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