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Key Landscapes for Conservation

Some areas in Africa represent spectacular, still viable examples of Africa’s wildlife and wild places. They are of such outstanding importance and value that they should be conserved at all costs and in principle forever. Those areas are referred to as Key Landscapes for Conservation or KLCs. A suitable network of KLCs has the potential to protect the well-known wildlife species within natural ecosystems and to stimulate rural economic growth.

Larger than elephants - Inputs for an EU strategic approach to wildlife conservation in Africa : regional analysis, European Commission, Luxemburg, 2016

2015 - 2019

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