Updated: May 11, 2020
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Welcome to the first episode of this short series where I will be interviewing key players in the conservation sector, and chatting to them about the effects that COVID-19 is having on their projects, and what could be the future of conservation in Africa.
Each video is a short summary of the conversation, I would recommend listening to the full conversation on the Conservation Storytelling Podcast to listen to all the insights from our remote discussions.
This weeks guests are Ed Sayer and Claire Lewis from the North Luangwa Conservation Programme and they will be shedding some light on the scale of the project area, COVID-19 in Zambia, protection of landscapes and donor support amongst the pandemic outbreak.
Now is a good time to pour yourself a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy the conversation
(the full conversation is available on the Conservation Storytelling Podcast).
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