Conservation efforts in Africa have typically been led by “parachute conservationists” — outsiders who drop in thinking they have all the answers, hire locals to implement them and then disappear. But conservationist Resson Kantai Duff has a better way to save wildlife in Africa: let locals lead these efforts themselves. She calls for a major shift in how conservation in Africa works, showing why the people closest to the land are the ones best fit to care for it.
Kasutame küpsiseid, et pakkuda Teile parimat kogemust. Kui jätkate selle veebisaidi kasutamist, nõustute meie küpsiste tingimustega.