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The Serengeti: Tourism or Overtourism?

Tourism: it’s one of the biggest global industries, but could it be doing more harm than good at a certain [...]

Drought Pushes Kenya’s Maasai to Mix Cattle With Crops

As climate change progresses, the Masaai people are forced to start new traditions. The Masaai have been living in northern, [...]

Health and Survival in Tanzania

Let’s take a look at the water crisis in Tanzania and what people are doing about it. Tanzania is known [...]

Fire in the Serengeti

In the last few weeks, the world has become aggressively aware and angered by the fires taking place across the [...]

Lake Malawi’s Unique and Endangered Fish Species

One of the richest biodiversity in Africa can be found in Lake Malawi, one of the African Great Lakes and [...]

Let’s End Domestic Wildlife Trade

No matter how strong the local management networks are, stopping illegal wildlife trade is an issue that should be tackled [...]

Fighting Wildlife Crime, One Legislation at a Time

Wildlife crime is not an issue that should only concern Africa. The entire world must participate in fighting this intricate [...]

Important Role Conservancies Play in Africa’s Wildlife Conservation Battle

As the human presence has left an impactful trace on the lands of Africa, the efforts to conserve wildlife have [...]

The Newly Inaugurated Burigi-Chato National Park

Tanzania is no stranger to national parks. They are the main reason why tourism in the country is booming. But [...]

Botswana and the Instability of its Conservation

The conversation about poaching generally focuses on the need for measures to ban it to save wildlife and ecosystems. And [...]

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