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Community wildlife conservation is not always a win-win solution: the case of Samburu in Kenya

Community wildlife conservation is not always a win-win solution: the case of Samburu in Kenya

Community wildlife conservation is often promoted as a win-win solution. The idea behind this approach is that people who live near wildlife can be involved in its protection and have a stake in doing so. The result is that wildlife is protected (a win for global biodiversity) and local people benefit from conservation through tourism …

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Wildlife numbers are down 69% - here's how we can solve this crisis

Wildlife numbers are down 69% – here’s how we can solve this crisis

This summer has been the hottest on record in Europe, with scorching heat waves and wildfires accelerating emissions to a 15-year high. Kenya is suffering its worst drought in over 40 years while Pakistan grapples with devastating floods, killing thousands and displacing millions. Deforestation of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil has reached its highest level …

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