KUNENE ELEPHANT WALK

KUNENE ELEPHANT WALK

KUNENE ELEPHANT WALK - A WORTHY CAUSE TO SUPPORT From 05 to 09 July 2022, the 'Kunene Elephant Walk' team will be walking a distance of 150 kilometers in 5 days through the Kunene conservancies that cover important elephant habitats and are conflict hot-spots. Join...

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DISCOVERING WERELDSEND

DISCOVERING WERELDSEND

The CONSERVATION FILM FOUNDATION in collaboration with TOSCO facilitated the Film Crew Assistant and Action Camera Training on location at Wereldsend from 02 to  09 December 2021, and assisted the team of new directors with the editing process. DISCOVERING WERELDSEND...

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NATURAL WORLD

NATURAL WORLD

  What Does a Declining Natural World Mean for our Well-Being in Africa? For decision-makers, a major barrier to tackling the challenge of biodiversity loss on the African continent is the lack of access to global data on biodiversity loss and its impact on...

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WORLD GIRAFFE DAY

WORLD GIRAFFE DAY

WORLD GIRAFFE DAY  21 June In celebration of the world’s tallest mammal and World Giraffe Day on June 21, we were very fortunate to get a second opportunity this year filming a small herd of majestic beauties against the backdrop of Brandberg, the highest mountain in...

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MAKE PEACE

MAKE PEACE

    U.N. declares decade of ecosystem restoration to ‘make peace with nature’by Liz Kimbrough on 11 June 2021Is ecosystem restoration our best hope for a sustainable future? The U.N. has declared the coming decade a time for ecosystem restoration,...

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YOUR VOICE

YOUR VOICE

Please support the CONSERVATION FILM FOUNDATION in Namibia by contributing your articles and thoughts on your favourite cause and help us create a new sense of ownership and awareness about Namibia's spectacular wildilfe and environmental biodiversity. Contact us...

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Sustainable DESERT ELEPHANT Population

Sustainable DESERT ELEPHANT Population

The Kunene Region in the northwest of Namibia is an area of mostly sandy desert, rocky mountains and stony plains which covers about 115,154 square kilometres (44,461 sq mi). Elephants have traditionally lived in this area and in the earlier part of the 20th century...

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