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Dr Duncan MacFadyen
Dr Duncan MacFadyen, Head of Research and Conservation at Oppenheimer Generations. The research department supports, funds and facilitates national and international researchers.
The very existence of our species and that of others depends on us to continue The wildlife conservation industry largely survives because of tourism funding. The COVID-19 pandemic forced a stop to these resources when borders were shut down, tour...
The question is, how do we salvage the threat to our biodiversity?In Africa, the wildlife conservation industry has dealt with many a challenge, from political, economic, social, impacts of urbanisation and even disease...
Knowledge is key to understanding our impacts on often fragile systems. Technology is not going to solve all our problems, but it is offering environmental research ways to make better choices by improving our knowledge.
A conversation on wildlife conservation and travel
Welcome to Conservation Mag where we celebrate nature through ecotourism and wildlife travel while we look for ways to preserve our heritage by supporting nature conservation. Starting conversations about the positive action people like you and I are taking to make a change, we discover and discuss strategies that result in the expansion of natural areas.