The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) conserves threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa, for the benefit of all the people of the sub region.
The Endangered Wildlife Trust fulfills the key niche of conservation action through fieldwork, research and direct engagement with specialist Prorgrammes. Each Programme links to key environmental issues such as water conservation, habitat loss, threatened species and ecosystems, training and conservation career development, policy analysis and legislation development, human wildlife conflict prevenetion and mitigation of a range of threats to environmental health and sustainability.
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Endangered Wildlife Trust
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7 June - Project by Endangered Wildlife Trust
You want to save all South African mammal species in one project? Look no further. The Endangered Wildlife Trust is revising the Red List of South African mammals (including Swaziland and Lesotho) which will...
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