Africa’s oldest national park counts on sustainability

People living in and around Africa’s oldest wildlife reserve—threatened by armed groups and oil prospectors, are pinning their hopes on sustainable development projects for energy, agriculture and tourism.

Source: phys.org

GR:  No development can be sustainable without population control and nature conservation. Without these goals, “sustainability” is just another word for “smash and grab.”

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