Community Leaders Network

It’s a form of colonialism to tell us Africans what to do with our wildlife, writes Maxi Pia Louis, Community Leaders Network

It’s a form of colonialism to tell us Africans what to do with our wildlife, writes Maxi Pia Louis, Community Leaders Network “As a parliamentary committee calls for an end to trophy hunting, leading conservationist and secretary of the Community Leaders Network, MAXI LOUIS argues that far from protecting big game it will guarantee its destruction.”Wednesday 29 June’s Comment section of...
TRADITONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE TEK

Traditional Ecological Knowledge ‘TEK’ – Why the world has a lot to learn about conservation – and trust – from Indigenous societies

Traditional Ecological Knowledge 'TEK' - Why the world has a lot to learn about conservation – and trust – from Indigenous societies by John Ziker, Professor of Anthropology, Boise State UniversityMany outdoor enthusiasts and sustainability organizations emphasize “leaving no trace.” In fact, people always leave traces, no matter how small. Even footsteps compact the soil and affect plant...
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