The ecosystems that sustain our economy and well-being, are collapsing, species are becoming extinct at an unprecedented rate, and climate change continues relentless.
But there’s also some good news,
in fact on the 21st December 2016 The Kabobo Natural Reserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), one of Africa’s most biodiverse sites, had its boundaries formally approved by the Provincial Governor of Tanganyika Province – a critical step in establishing and ensuring the effective protection of this important site.
The move follows surveys made by WCS, which identified this forest as being very biodiverse and with unique species for Africa.
23 january - 2017