Does farming of rhinos prevent illegal trade in wild rhino horn? Research into consumer preferences sheds light on the rhino-horn trade
The ongoing slaughter of Kruger’s rhinos forces the debate about rhino horn trade into the open again. Tony Carnie reopens this can of worms
Covid has taught us that we should prioritise responsible, sustainable options if we are to make a real difference when we travel. But how?
African biodiversity experts mobilise to produce a continental map of ‘biodiversity intactness’ for African decision-makers.
How do we rebuild travel after the trauma of 2020? Tourism is a conservation asset we can’t afford to lose and Africa is ahead of the game.
Grabbing the lion by the tail – Interference and intervention in the lives of wild animals are controversial and there are no simple answers as to when or if they are appropriate. Jamie Paterson gives her perspectives.
COVID-19 has caused a systemic shock to the tourism sector in Africa. The majority of tourism companies have reduced staff and cut pay with seismic repercussions for conservation and local livelihoods.
African conservationists are engaged in a furious fencing debate – should protected areas be fenced to conserve wildlife such as lions?
The ‘State of the Wildlife Economy in Africa’ report inspires investment in nature to improve conservation and support economic development.
Which of hunting and photo tourism is better for conservation, or are they both failing to deliver? Michael Schwartz asks and answers