trophy hunters

Trophy hunters in Tajikistan are the unlikely saviours of the snow leopard – The Guardian

Trophy hunters in Tajikistan are the unlikely saviours of the snow leopard - The Guardian UK “We have very few other sources of income here – the benefits to the community are enormous. People value our wildlife now." Village Headman, Tajikistan In Tajikistan, a well-managed trophy-hunting programme has proved that this community conservation model generates incentives and revenue to...

UK trophy hunting import ban not supported by rural Africans – Mongabay Commentary

UK trophy hunting import ban not supported by rural Africans - Mongabay While a UK bill to ban the import of hunting trophies enjoys popular support there, rural Africans directly affected by such decisions are voicing opposition. In an article submitted as a Commentary piece by community conservation practitioners and professionals in Namibia and published in Mongabay on February 11, 2022, the...

Rural Namibians respond to hunting campaigns – Current Conservation

Rural Namibians respond to hunting campaigns - Current Conservation “We depend on generating income from elephant hunting which we invest back into the conservation of the species. If we stop hunting elephants, poaching will rise because the conservancy will not have any income to contribute the livelihood of its community. We have about 40 people who are employed by the conservancy and their...
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‘An Environmentalist With a Gun’: Inside Steve Rinella’s Hunting Empire – The New York Times

‘An Environmentalist With a Gun’: Inside Steve Rinella's Hunting Empire - The New York Times "With “MeatEater” on Netflix and a growing roster of podcasts, Steven Rinella is teaching a new kind of hunter about how killing animals can be part of loving nature." The New York Times magazine feature article in February 2022  ‘An Environmentalist With a Gun’: Inside Steven Rinella’s...

World Wildlife Day: Emotive and poorly informed campaigns could harm conservation efforts – Daily Maverick. Author: Leith Meyer 2019-03

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