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Africa Needs to Make Conservation a Growth Industry

By Colin Nagy, Skift

African Bush Camps

Zebra at Linyanti Bush Camp on the border of Botswana’s Chobe National. As part of African Bush Camps, it donates profits from safaris to local communities. Through its foundation, it also supports health care initiatives and local schools. African Bush Camps

Skift Take: If leaders continue to look at African conservation as a charitable cause, it is doomed. As a growth industry — yes, an industry — that creates jobs and economic mobility, there is still hope for a sustainable future driven by the very young population on the continent.

— Colin Nagy

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