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LLF and partners publish short paper on CTFs

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“CTFs are the sole instrument which can facilitate the effective deployment of government funds in a long-term, transparent, and sustainable approach – independent of political priority changes and with exactly the long-term security that is required to solve the biodiversity crisis on the ground.”

Legacy Landscapes Fund alongside three partners within Nature Trust Alliance has published a short paper on the present and future role of Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs) in halting biodiversity loss and climate change.

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Fresh support and partnerships for LLF at COP15

Germany pledges a further 30 million EUR and France confirms 15 million, while Norway comes on board with 10 million

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A centre of conservation economy in North Luangwa

A team from Legacy Landscapes Fund recently visited North Luangwa National Park, a legacy landscape in northeastern Zambia. While there, they gained insight into the project’s efforts to promote national and international tourism, the inventive approach to contain human-wildlife conflict, and how nearby communities work together with the park to establish a conservation economy.   

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Exploring the spirit of enterprise in Gonarezhou

Three members of the Legacy Landscapes Fund team recently visited Gonarezhou National Park, a legacy landscape in south-eastern Zimbabwe. As well as coming face-to-face with some of the country’s most iconic animals, the team were struck by the park’s immense professionalism and success of community outreach efforts in the area.

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