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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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Join ACC in Celebrating Earth Day 🌍

Today the world commemorates Earth Day. This annual event rallies individuals, communities, institutions and nations to take action in safeguarding the future of the planet. This year’s theme is "Restore our Earth" focusing on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking that can restore the world’s ecosystems. ACC joins the global event by calling for conservation interventions that involve communities in addressing climate change challenges. Local communities play an active role in restoring our earth by conserving wildlife, water resources, and their ecosystems.

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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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News From the Field — October 2019

Advising on international policy to protect endangered giraffes, working with communities to fight the climate crisis and enhance food and water security, and conserving biodiversity by restoring degraded landscapes are just a few of ACC’s recent activities!

 

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