The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 Oct 2022
With the invaluable support of donors, partners and staff, Peace Parks Foundation celebrates connectivity throughout our many shining highlights of 2022, and the certainty that we are following our unique and vital course: conservation at scale.READ MORE
The Peace Parks Foundation 2021 Annual Review is now available.
Man-made methods for climate sequestration are often expensive, time-consuming, and sometimes even risky. Fortunately, there is an efficient and affordable alternative, a solution that naturally draws tons of carbon from the atmosphere: rewilding!...
Peace Parks Foundation – with the continued support of the donor community and our partners – managed to celebrate some of our most significant milestones to date in 2021.
Two leopards have been introduced into Mozambique’s Zinave National Park as the founder animals of what will hopefully become a significant leopard population for the region.
Peace Parks Foundation is honoured to welcome the President of Zambia, His Excellency Hakainde Hichilema, as its newest Patron.
Peace Parks Foundation is mourning the passing of a true giant in southern African conservation and a deeply respected former colleague, Mr Sedia Modise, who was a pioneering figure in the formalisation of...