Public Lecture: Community-driven approaches for sustainable conservation and economic benefits: contradictory and complementary aspects of Ehirovipuka and Nyae Nyae conservancies in Namibia; Dr Selma Lendelvo, University of Namibia; Supported by the Centre for the Environmental Humanities and the Global Academy of Liberal Arts; Newton Park Campus; 11th June;4.00 – 5.30 pm

via Public Lecture: Community-driven approaches for sustainable conservation and economic benefits: contradictory and complementary aspects of Ehirovipuka and Nyae Nyae conservancies in Namibia; Dr Selma Lendelvo, University of Namibia; Supported by the Centre for the Environmental Humanities and the Global Academy of Liberal Arts; Newton Park Campus; 11th June;4.00 – 5.30 pm

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