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Conservation and Capital in Kenya

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  • Review of African Political Economy
    Ambreena Manji writes about the Tanzanian government's threatened eviction of more than 80,000 Masai from the Ngorongoro world heritage site in the country. The government claim that the Masai must be cleared from their land in the interests of conservation and ecology wildlife corridors. Manji writes about what is really going on.
  • The Architectural Review
    Confronted with land inequality sedimented by colonial legacies, mechanisms of capital cannot solve the challenges that face wildlife conservation
  • Mongabay
    The Oakland Institute has named the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation along with the endowments of the University of Michigan, Northwestern University, and Washington University in St. Louis as among the top investors in Kuramo Capital Management (KCM).
  • Africa Business+

    New York-based investment manager Kuramo Capital Management (KCM), founded and led by Adewale (Wale) Francis Adeosun, has been battling for several months with its partner Nile Capital in Plantations et Huileries du Congo (PHC) over allegations of malfeasance, among other things.

  • Le Courrier

    JEAN-CHRISTOPHE SERVANT

    Les allégations d’atteintes aux droits humains s’accumulent contre un géant de la conservation kenyan: la Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) est-elle, comme elle le prétend, un «agent au service de la paix» ou plutôt «un amplificateur de la violence» rampante dans les comtés du nord du Kenya? Eclairage.

  • Mongabay

    by Maxwell Radwin

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