namibia conservation

July 13, 2012

World Conservation Union – The international importance of Namibian conservation areas

By Hu Berry Fragile flamingos link with portly pelicans and lions, forming an unusual connection in Namibia’s effort to secure their survival through international conservation agencies. […]
December 6, 2012
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Namibia bags another green award for climate change adaptation

By Jana-Mari Smith At the recent United National Climate Change Conference (COP18) held in Doha, Qatar, a climate adaptation initiative from Namibia was selected as one […]
April 19, 2013
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Joy over cheetah cubs

By Jana-Mari Smith The hard work by the folks of AfriCat paid of this week when a rehabilitated cheetah gave birth to three cubs on April […]
May 6, 2013

Branding Namibia’s parks and wildlife – a new logo

Text Rosalia Iileka Branding is about creating a recognisable image: one that symbolises uniqueness and to which people can have an emotional connection. One that encourages […]
July 12, 2013
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The scent of conservation in Namibia

By Steve Felton  “Always something new out of Africa” quoted Pliny the Elder. Were he alive, he would have been rewarded by a visit to the […]
May 14, 2014

Windhoek Lager Ambassador | Conservation Finalists Announced

Maria Diekmann, Viktoria Keding, and Rod Braby are the three finalists in the Conservation Category of the Windhoek Lager Ambassador Initiative. MARIA DIEKMANN – Rare and […]
October 21, 2014

TOSCO | Sharing Responsible Tourism

Q&A compiled by Jana-Mari Smith The Tourism Supporting Conservation (TOSCO) Trust recently announced an initiative that is geared towards assisting communal conservancies financially through a voluntary […]

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