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A Landmark Legal Win, Improving Conservation Enterprises, and Educating Youth

In this July issue of our e-newsletter, we are ecstatic to share news of a landmark court ruling that preserved a crucial wildlife migratory corridor adjacent to Amboseli National Park. ACC is proud to have played a supportive role in the legal process that led to the win. You’ll also read about how our restoration work continues to create positive conservation impacts as evidenced by the findings of a social economic survey conducted in the Amboseli ecosystem.

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Bucking the Dismal Decline in Wildlife: Amboseli Numbers are Going Up

By David Western and Victor N. Mose | Amboseli Conservation Program (ACP)
Amboseli Conservation Program’s five decades of continuous monitoring the Amboseli region shows an astonishing turnaround for wildlife after years of decline. Many species are now more abundant than forty-five years ago, a remarkable contrast to the rapid losses across Africa and around the world.

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From Africa to Montana, Western works to keep wildlife and people together

David Western has spent 40 years negotiating ways that livestock owners, tourism businesses and national park managers can co-exist and resolve wildlife issues. “If elephants used as much energy as we humans do, they would have de-vegetated the planet,” Western said during a visit to Missoula from Kenya. Article by Bob Chaney | Photo by […]

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Call for Proposals! Greater Kilimanjaro Initiative for Enhancing Community Participation in Trans Frontier Conservation

African Conservation Centre has begun to implement an EU funded initiative called “Greater Kilimanjaro Initiative for Enhancing Community Participation in Trans Frontier Conservation”. In partnership with the lead applicant, Oikos East Africa, ACC invites proposals for the following consultancy services: Interventions to Map and Protect the Illiangarunyori/Maparasha Corridor in with the South Rift Landscape. This […]

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