Conservation tourism for Africa’s wildlife and local communities

Great Plains Conservation offers responsible tourism in Botswana, Kenya, and Zimbabwe. In their eco-camps, safari-lovers can experience the amazing African wildlife while helping sustain the existing wilderness and local communities. The award-winning organisation says that their “model takes stressed and threatened environments, surrounds them with compassionate protection and intelligent, sustainable management, and funds them with sensitive, low-volume, low-impact, tourism.”

Interview with Isaias Hernandez of Queer Brown Vegan

A conversation with vegan environmental educator Isaias Hernandez about environmentalism, intersectionality and zero-waste,

Social enterprise Fairphone produces long-living, environmentally conscious smartphones

Social enterprise Fairphone produces the fairest smartphone on the market with improving workers conditions by using their own supply chain, producing their own phone that customers can easily repair and upgrade when needed and having a reuse/recycling scheme.

Student creates a more sustainable way to listen to your music: PlastiFantasti

Israel-based industrial designer Lior Amsterdam aims to solve the debilitating environmental epidemic of plastic pollution by by making a sustainable music system: ‘Plasti Fantasti’

An 8000 km tree stretch in Africa is underway to fight climate change: The Great Green Wall

Africa’s Great Green Wall: The idea is to plant a wall of trees that sprawl from Senegal to Djibouti (across the entire width of Africa) to counter the spread of the Sahara desert.

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