< 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.
< 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.
< 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.