Conservancies hold the key to expanding Kenyan tourism

In Summary
  • For many years a central political dilemma that the conservation policymakers faced, was the ever-increasing competition between man and wildlife for land
  • What has saved Kenya’s wildlife from this land pressure thus far is tourism

About two weeks ago, there was a newspaper headline that seemed to come straight out of a work of science fiction: 'Giraffes rescued from disappearing island'.

The story was about the ...

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