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5 – 6 June 2021
Take a weekend off to journey into some of the most inspiring conservation projects, researchers and conservationists in South Africa.
Over the course of two days you will meet, learn and interact with presentations and discussions on topics such as – the implications of conservation and management, shark research, large carnivore ecology, breeding coastal seabirds, empowering communities to protect wildlife and assist conservation, pollinators of the Fynbos (national plant of South Africa), monitoring wildlife and lessons from carnivores, Protecting the protected through assessing driver behaviour in protected areas of South Africa, and more!
Organisations and Topics
Live penguin feeding and the African penguin and seabird sanctuary
Title: White shark research and conservation
Title: A glimpse of the underwater world~ baiting and following animals underwater Title: Marine big 5 data collection and research
MD / DICT work to protect the biodiversity of the marine ecosystem surrounding dyer Island~ an integral ecosystem in terms of global sea-life
Title: Empowering communities to protect wildlife and assist conservation
ZCT educate, empower and uplift local communities which is assisting in addressing endangered animals in their region. They also have a regional Rhino (and quite often hippo!) orphanage.
Title: Leopards of the Cape- an umbrella species for biodiversity conservation
CLT work to safeguard the leopards habitat and eliminate human wildlife conflict.
Title: Breeding coastal seabirds
Title: Pollinators of the Fynbos
NVT work to promote conservation, education, community and research in the world renowned Natures Valley
Title: Protecting the protected- assessing driver behaviour in protected areas of South Africa
EWT is a large organisation that aim to save species and habitats whilst benefitting local communities! The roads project attempts to mitigate wildlife road incidents.
Title: The link between communities and conservation at Amakhala
AF carry out community and conservation projects. They focus on environmental education, their craft centre (job creation), supporting pre-school age children, and providing psycho-social support to the local communities.
. Title: Biomimicry as a way of being
Biomimicry is the concept of using nature as a tool to learn from and inform our everyday lives. Biowise aims to teach people about this incredible concept!
Read up about the organisations and speakers before, during or after the conference.
Watch or re-watch the live presentation style talks or watch replays after the conference.
Watch live question and answer sessions and participate by sending in your questions either ahead of time or live by using the comments section of the livestream.
A chance to hear our panel of experts discuss topical issues relating to conservation and tourism. There will also be a chance to ask the panel questions.
Video Chat Rooms
Join any of the moderated video chat rooms and discuss scheduled topics with like-minded people. These rooms only accept 10 people at a time so if you are unable to enter then you can either wait or try again at a later point.
Join in on discussions on some of the topics, speakers and organisations covered during the conference.
Calls to Action
Ways how you can help from wherever you are in the world!
Schedules and speakers subject to change.
Saturday, 5 June 2021
Sunday, 6 June 2021
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