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The international technology industry is devastating human and wildlife communities, while destroying vital habitats, particularly in the Congo Basin in Africa. But the power to make change is in your hands. The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada has l...

Working in collaboration with local wind farms, the Greater Kromme Stewardship (GKS) initiative, which focuses on conservation in the Kouga region, has noted the positive strides being made by some of the wind farms with regard to creating no net los...

Keletso, a young geologist, is very passionate about the protection of the beautiful environment she grew up in. Concerned about the devastating effects of sand mining she is witnessing throughout the Kruger to Canyons (K2C) biosphere, Keletso visits...

As with many other aspects of government policy, overfishing and other fishing-related environmental issues are a real problem, but it’s not clear that government intervention is the solution. Indeed, it might be one of the main drivers of overfish...

Wild dogs are one of the most wide-ranging carnivores on the continent. Several decades of habitat conversion and deliberate extermination have greatly reduced range, leaving many populations smaller, more fragmented, and isolated. ~ Dr Harriet Da...

Facts matter and we take them very seriously ConservationMag wants to bring you the latest information about the environment and from the world of conservation, including safari and African travel stories. We also strive to bring you accurate ...

Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) founder issues stark warning on the future of Uganda’s parks if rangers not given additional support.

New calls to ban bullfighting have been voiced from the activists – La Tortura  No Es Cultura (Torture Is Not Culture) after Spain's first bullfight, since lockdown, ended with another slaughtered animal.

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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.