World Water Day

World Water Day in Africa – Articles from The Conversation Africa

World Water Day in Africa To mark it ,The Conversation Africa curated articles that provide deep dives into the precious resource, and its management, across the continent. The Conversation Africa's Commissioning Editor for East and Francophone Africa, Moira Sooner, explains: To start with, we focus on the Nile, a gigantic water source that flows through 11 African countries and affects the lives...
Ruaha Carnivore Project

Science + Celebrities: A Call for Partnership

Science + Celebrities: A Call for Partnership by Dr. Amy Dickman This guest post was published on March 12, 2021 by Science + Story.  Introducing the post, Bob Lalasz, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Science+Story, wrote: Dr. Amy Dickman is a conservation biologist and National Geographic Explorer who directs the Ruaha Carnivore Project  and is also joint CEO...

Community Perceptions on the Socio-economic Impacts of Wildlife Tourism from the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in Botswana: The Case of Tsabong – African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure 2020. Authors: R Lekgau and T Tichaawa

Time for nature

World leaders must approach development with a fresh perspective to save wildlife   By Maxwell Gomera

Time for Nature World leaders must approach development with a fresh perspective to save wildlife   By Maxwell Gomera The dulcet, almost musical voice of the Runkeeper App interrupted the pounding sound of my feet as I started my run. 'Time, five minutes. Distance, one point zero nine kilometres. Average speed, 4 minutes 57 seconds per kilometre,' the App voice announced. I had not run on this...
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