Saving threatened habitats worldwide

Save the Serengeti

18 October, 2010 - 15:31 -- John Burton

One of our supporters has written to us regarding the decision by the government of Tanzania to approve a major commercial highway across Serengeti National Park. The northern Serengeti - located near the Kenya border - is the most remote and pristine area in the Park's entire ecosystem. Serengeti National Park's locally and globally significant ecosystem is driven by migration of wildebeest, elephant and zebra. This wildlife, which has relied on traditional migratory routes for centuries, will be utterly devastated by the plan, as will be local livelihoods and the important wildlife tourist industry. 

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We would like to ask all supporters to join the growing local and international support network protesting the project.

Send emails to the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, other key ministers and embassies worldwide

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