29
Jun
2018
WATCH THE GREAT TROPHY HUNTING DEBATE AT CONSERVATION LAB 2018

1 -min. read Watch what happened when two of the industry’s staunchest anti-hunters (and photographic safari owners) shared a stage with two proud trophy hunters for the very first time at Conservation Lab 2018 – a truly seminal moment for conservation.

26
Jun
2018
INSIDE THE CONSERVATION LAB: LEE WHITE ON THE FUTURE OF GABON

1 -min. read Gabon boasts incredible wildlife, beautiful beaches and plentiful natural resources – so why isn’t it a tourist hotspot? In the wake of his keynote speech at Conservation Lab 2018, we spoke to Professor Lee White to hear his vision for West Africa’s ultimate hidden gem.

Black Mambas at Conservation Lab 2018
26
Jun
2018
INSIDE THE CONSERVATION LAB: MEETING THE BLACK MAMBAS

1 -min. read This year saw the incredible Black Mambas – Africa’s only all-female anti-poaching unit – make their very first appearance at the Conservation Lab. Watch our exclusive interview conducted by conservationist (and Black Mambas superfan!) Holly Budge.

04
Apr
2018
DERECK JOUBERT ON ECO-TOURISM AND ZIMBABWE’S FUTURE

6 -min. read Dereck and Beverly Joubert are undoubtedly ‘children of Africa’. The husband and wife duo use films to change attitudes on a scale they cannot do through tourism alone.

27
Mar
2018
5 OF THE MOST STYLISHLY SUSTAINABLE HOTELS

5 -min. read The best luxury hotels have a sustainable ethos at the heart of their design, proving that putting the environment first doesn’t mean scrimping on style.

14
Mar
2018
WE CAN BE HEROES

7 -min. read Juliet Kinsman spotlights the direct-action disruptors and forward-looking travel brands eschewing a softly-softly approach and asking travellers to get their hands dirty.

09
Mar
2018
DOING WELL BY DOING GOOD

3 -min. read Richard Holmes introduces the Wolwedans Foundation Trust, a stellar example of how to walk the walk when it comes bringing tangible benefits to the local community.

27
Feb
2018
HOW TRAVEL SPELLED THE END OF GRIZZLY BEAR HUNTING IN BC

4 -min. read The story of how, using money raised from their guests, two activist bear-viewing companies spearheaded a successful campaign to end grizzly bear hunting in British Columbia.

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