Landscape-level conservation

Managing wildlife and ecological systems at landscape level through creating communication platforms between national parks and neighbouring land users

Elephants in Mudumu National Park in the Mudumu Landscape. Photo: NACSO/WWF in Namibia

Landscape-level conservation

Strengthening our protected area networks through promoting landscape management for biodiversity through co-management with local stakeholders

The dramatic landscape of the Windhoek Greenbelt landscape. Photo: Helge Denker

Landscape-level conservation

Complementing Namibia's conservation initiatives: 17% of land is within state-run protected areas, 17% in community-run conservancies, 6% in privately-owned conservation areas.

A desert beetle from the Greater Sossusvlei landscape. Photo: Alice Jarvis

Landscape-level conservation

Managing wildlife and ecological systems at landscape level through creating communication platforms between national parks and neighbouring land users

Landscape-level conservation

Conserving biodiversity at a large scale: an additional 15,550 square km of land is now under protected landscapes management through five NAM-PLACE demonstration sites

Landscape-level conservation

Strengthening our protected area networks through promoting landscape management for biodiversity through co-management with local stakeholders

Naukfluft mountains, in the Greater Sossusvlei landscape. Photo: Alice Jarvis

Landscape-level conservation

Complementing Namibia's conservation initiatives: 17% of land is within state-run protected areas, 17% in community-run conservancies, 6% in privately-owned conservation areas.

Buffalo, found in the Mudumu Landscape. Photo: Vincent Guilleman

Landscape-level conservation

Conserving biodiversity at a large scale: an additional 15,550 square km of land is now under protected landscapes management through five NAM-PLACE demonstration sites

The dramatic cliffs of the Waterberg Plateau in the Greater Waterberg landscape

Landscape-level conservation

Strengthening our protected area networks through promoting landscape management for biodiversity through co-management with local stakeholders

Mudumu Landscape - a wetland paradise. Photo: Annie Symonds

Lifting conservation barriers and establishing a large scale network of protected landscapes
to address threats to habitats and species loss

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