African Parks welcomes our President, HRH The Duke of Sussex to Liwonde National Park, MalawiRead More
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Annual Report 2018
Unlocking The Value Of Protected Areas
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African Parks in the News
Conservation is fundamental to our survival and we must overcome greed, apathy and selfishness to make realSource: The Telegraph
An article written by H.R.H. The Duke of Sussex, President of African Parks, implores the public to recognise the problems facing our natural world and to stand together to halt overexploitation and fight climate change. He says “we cannot afford...
Source: South China Morning Post
John Scanlon authored an additional op-ed in the wake of the UN Climate Summit last week. He notes the inaction of governments on a large...
Source: The Independent
John Scanlon, African Parks Special Envoy, wrote an op-ed ahead of the UN Climate Summit in New York last week. He says that nature-based solutions...
Source: African Parks
African Parks is proud to announce that seven of its rangers have been named winners of the 2019 African Ranger Awards.