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Subscribe to Environment – People and Conservation in Africa

Subscribe to Environment – People and Conservation in Africa
Environment Magazine Subscription R120

The Cape Leopard Trust has collaborated with six other environmental NGOs to start a new magazine on conservation matters called ‘Environment – people and conservation inAfrica’. The NGO’s include:

  • Endangered Wildlife Trust;
  • Wildlands;
  • Wilderness FoundationSouth Africa;
  • Game Rangers Association ofAfrica;
  • SANCCOB;
  • WESSA.

This magazine first came out in Spring 2009 and runs quarterly issues. The participating NGOs each buy copies of the magazine and the costs are also subsidised by advertising. The magazine is packed with interesting and informative articles on current environmental issues, natural history as well as book reviews and a calendar of environmental events. Each NGO also has pages where it provides an article on its work.

  • Cost per year for 4 editions includes postage within RSA. 
  • For bank deposits into the Cape Leopard Trust, please use your name and ENVIRONMENT MAG as a reference.

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