Wildlife Conservation and Care in Southern Africa: A Background and the Economics of Wildlife Conservation in Africa

December 9, 2016

Date: December 20 - December 20, 2016

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In Part I of this three part series, Professor Wouter van Hoven provides a historical perspective about wildlife and conservation measures in Africa. His discussion includes:- An overview of various wildlife species and their populations over time in both national parks and those maintained by the private sector including game ranches- The economics of wildlife and ranching in Africa including drivers such as hunting, ecotourism, and meat production- Wildlife auctions and the economic impact of genetic variants- Trophy hunting, illegal trade, and measures to protect various endangered species including the lion and pangolin

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