Why should we, as conservationists, be concerned about gender issues? If our mandate is species and habitat conservation, why and how do we incorporate gender without overstepping our mark?
Prior to COVID-19, animals had, over time, adapted their ways in response to our increased transportation networks, namely railways and roads
The N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) started collecting records of animals killed on their roads in 2011, and as part of their ongoing safety programme began working with the EWT’s Wildlife and Transport Programme (WTP) to address the concerns they had in this regard.
Africa is currently experiencing an explosion of linear infrastructure development, with the number and extent of roads, railways, power lines and pipelines rapidly expanding.
Talifhani Brilliant Mashao is a Master’s student undertaking a study with the EWT’s Wildlife and Transport Programme (WTP). Brilliant started with the WTP in 2018 and is due to graduate next year. Below he talks about how his passion for conservation began, and where he would like to be in the future.