The story of how a community-owned conservation area engages with their future; the community’s challenges and needs, and how wildlife moves across large landscapes between national protected areas and community land. These communities have developed a long-term solution that includes elephants, livestock, maize, and rangers; this is the interdependence of people and wildlife
Protected and Conserved Areas are a cornerstone for conservation of natural and cultural heritage. They are one the major tools to reach biodiversity conservation goals. This story map looks at New Technologies for Wildlife Conservation.