3 -min. read This year’s Conservation Lab was the biggest yet. Whether you couldn’t be there, or just want to reflect on an inspiring few days, here are our top takeaways from across the weekend…
3 -min. read To prepare you for the third edition of Conservation Lab, here is our go-to guide to getting the most out of the roof-raising discussions about to take the conservation world by storm.
1 -min. read In a bid to break the impasse around the role of trophy hunting in Africa, Colin Bell, Ian Michler, Paul Stones and Stuart Dorrington will lead a two-sided debate at the 2018 Conservation Lab. Their aim? To collaborate on a document that will aid conservation efforts continent wide.
3 -min. read With just weeks to go until the third edition of Conservation Lab, get in the sustainable spirit with our sneak peek of five things not to miss, from groundbreaking debates to screenings and keynotes.
2 -min. read As part of the our ongoing commitment to furthering conservation efforts across the continent and beyond, we’ll be hosting community leaders Dickson Kaelo and Daniel Sopia at the 2018 Conservation Lab.
3 -min. read Rich Pearce from Africa Geographic shares the key insights he gained at the Conservation Lab 2017.
3 -min. read Dr Andrew Ventre, the CEO of Wildlands, shares the key insights he gained at the Conservation Lab 2017.
3 -min. read Anton Crone from Sarious shares the key insights he gained at the Conservation Lab 2017.
4 -min. read How to translate awareness into action, especially with regard to the role of the travel industry, was a topic on everyone’s lips at the 2017 Conservation Lab. We caught up with Africa Geographic’s Simon Espley to get his take.
1 -min. read Our 2017 Yearbook profiles each and every one of the innovators and visionaries who made the Conservation Lab happen; plus, find video links to the talks, DISCUSS concepts, reflections from participants and more.