State of the Wildlife Economy in Africa report publishedMarch 25, 2021
The wildlife economy offers a key growth opportunity for Africa given that local livelihoods and macro-economies are so heavily tied to, and reliant on, wildlife and other natural resources.
Wildlife economy is important for the future sustainable growth and development in Africa and is a topic that African policymakers, conservationists, communities and private investors alike should all be interested and investing, both capacity and finances, in.
The ALU School of Wildlife Conservation has just published a new report in this subject: ‘State of the Wildlife Economy in Africa‘. The aim is to illustrate the current and potential value of the wildlife economy to local and national economies and, through this, to encourage more public and private investments in natural landscapes to improve conservation outcomes and support economic development.
The full report can be found here.