December 2011 Subscribers Newsletter

| 13th December 2011
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This month we look at how agriculture and food have (at least in part) dominated the recent climate change summit in Durban.

Sticking with South Africa we also profile the pioneering wildlife reserve that is showing how ethical tourism can be made to work, and look at what role NGOs can play in conserving the continent's wildlife heritage.

Across the Atlantic in the US and Canada meanwhile we examine whether politicians could come unstuck with proposed ecocide laws...  

 

 

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