Fresh off the press is the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s latest analysis publication, ‘Diversifying local livelihoods while sustaining wildlife’
The publication provides a landscape snapshot of different models for community-based conservation, mainly in Southern and East Africa, and is accompanied by an inventory of more than 130 community conservation initiatives. It is part of a forward-looking initiative with WWF-Norway focused on identifying and piloting new revenue streams for wildlife conservation beyond tourism and hunting, which have long served as the primary source of revenue for wildlife conservation.
The institute considers this publication as a starting point. It hopes to help spur new models to provide communities with a genuinely sustainable living from their natural environment, all while ensuring the long-term conservation of wildlife and natural systems.