For co-existence, (bio)diversity and justice in conservation

Living Landscapes

Disrupting, transforming and renewing conservation in Southern Africa

The Living Landscape project aims to further develop and raise awareness about fundamental problems with mainstream forms of conservation in South Africa, and about ‘convivial conservation’ in a Southern Africa context. The Living Landscape project focuses on three diverse landscapes, where communities suffer different forms of dislocation, disinheritance and displacement:

– Mapungubwe Landscape
– iSimangaliso UNESCO World Heritage Site
– Cape Town

You can read more about the project on their website: