Monthly Archives: April 2022

New Discussion Paper Released: Equity and UNESCO Sites in Africa

In September 2020, a fisherman residing in the Nibela region of South Africa, which aquatic resources are now under the authority of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (a designated World Heritage Site by United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)) was shot … Continue reading

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April News: IPCC and Colonialism, Rewilding Discussed in US Media

April is here. Winter fisheries are still ongoing with standing gill nets in lake Pyhäjärvi. Two international US-based media stories highlight Snowchange work: Atmos reports on the Snowchange contributions to the IPCC and linking colonialism with climate change, available here. Mongabay … Continue reading

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