The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 October 2022
If there is one thing that Peace Parks Foundation understands, it is the value of partnerships. It is the ultimate key to conservation success. When working at the scale that we do, we cannot do it alone. We need to join hands with like-minded organisations, drawing on the strengths that each role player brings to […]READ MORE
The Government of Zimbabwe and Peace Parks Foundation signed a Co-Management Agreement for the Greater Mana Pools Ecosystem – home to World Heritage and Ramsar sites and a main draw of tourism income...
A new transfrontier conservation area agreement has cemented the bond between nations, communities and wildlife across the Lower Zambezi and Mana Pools
Zambia loses forest four times the size of New York City to deforestation every year. BCP (BioCarbon Partners) and Peace Parks Foundation are working to stop this.
Wildlife crime is an extremely complex problem that requires multiple levels of intervention to solve. It is well-known that there are three critical components any anti-poaching strategy depends on: software, hardware and the...