Climate Chance speaks at #APAC2022

Kigali, Rwanda

From July 18 to 23, 2022, the First IUCN African Protected Areas Congress takes place in Kigali. Anne Raimat, Climate Chance’s Biodiversity Director will be in Rwanda to participate to the event.

IUCN Africa Protected Area Congress

Talk on 20 July “Connectivity Conservation in Africa: At the forefront of conservation. Challenges and solutions”.

  • Anne Raimat, Biodiversity Director of Climate Chance, will present the pilot project on biodiversity in Guinea, including the importance of territorial knowledge, governance, sustainable finance and local populations in connectivity.It will also be an opportunity to invite the workshop participants to attend the next Climate Chance Summit Africa 2022 which will take place during the Week for Sustainable Mobility and Climate in Dakar, where a full day on the Great Green Wall and Biodiversity initiative will be held on Thursday 6 October.
  • The workshop will feature a panel of experts and practitioners working on conservation issues in Africa, including the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of Tanzania, WWF International, Center for Large Landscape Conservation, KAZA Secretariat, and the African Conservation Centre.