- Thursday, 21. September 2023 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Save in my calendar
Human-Nature Relationship: How can the protection of biodiversity in Europe and Africa succeed?
The natural areas of African countries, which together harbour a quarter of the world's biodiversity, are under increasing pressure of use. As a solution to the extinction of species on the continent, some Western actors and African governments are proposing the expansion of protected areas to the exclusion of the communities living or farming there. What concepts for the long-term protection of ecosystems are being developed and exemplarily practiced in African and European societies? What joint steps can civil society forces in Africa and Europe take to address the systemic causes of nature destruction in North and South?
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