November 19, 2015
Brighter Green reports on a recent event in New York City. Here’s a snippet from the blog (which can be read in its entirety here):
Brighter Green and Lantern Books co-hosted a discussion on the future of conservation in Central and East Africa on Tuesday, November 17 in Brooklyn, NY. The three speakers had just arrived from Kenya the night before: Josphat Ngonyo, founder and director of the Nairobi-based Africa Network for Animal Welfare [ANAW], who has more than 15 years of experience in wildlife conservation; Ambassador Nehemiah Rotich, chair of ANAW’s board of directors and former head of the Kenya Wildlife Service and chair of the National Task Force on Wildlife Crime, and Kahindi Lekalhaile, a wildlife scientist also working with ANAW. Jean Kim Chaix, director of the Virunga Fund, who’d planned to speak but was unable to since he was still in DR Congo, where Virunga National Park is located.
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