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Herding 4 Health – People, livestock and conservation

Livestock herding and wildlife conservation are often seen as anathema to each other. A combined Peace Parks and Conservation International initiative called Herding 4 Health (H4H) is changing these perceptions while improving livestock health and wealth for local people living on the fringes of protected areas. The programme is also restoring rangelands and increasing biodiversity.


UBP partners with conservation experts to launch biodiversity restoration fund

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) has launched the UBAM – Biodiversity Restoration fund in collaboration with two biodiversity partners, the Cambridge Conservation Initiative (CCI) and the Peace Parks Foundation. The Biodiversity Restoration fund will...

UBP sheds light on the biodiversity-investment nexus

As part of Building Bridges Week – the agenda-setting event on sustainable finance taking place in Geneva from 29 November to 2 December 2021 – UBP hosted an interactive panel discussion on biodiversity...

Assessing wildlife trade on e-commerce sites in China, with a focus on mammoth ivory

The Wildlife Justice Commission has conducted with the support of Peace Parks Foundation targeted research to assess the levels of illegal wildlife trade on Chinese e-commerce platforms.

Govt hails Vwaza Wildlife Reserve fence project

Director of Parks and Wildlife Brighton Kumchedwa has commended efforts to construct a 70-kilometre electric fence around Vwaza Wildlife Reserve in Mzimba, saying it will reduce conflict between animals and people.

SMART technology transforms conservation at over 1,000 of the world’s most important biodiversity sites

A team of conservationists is launching a major upgrade to SMART - the world’s leading protected area management tool helping conservation practitioners in 70 countries to collect, interpret and use information to make...

‘I want to be nature’s voice’

Everything that Lucrescencia Macuacua does is to honour her mother, including becoming a field ranger. “My mother loved animals,” says the 35-year-old, who works in the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique. “She even named...

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