Is The Animal Rights Doctrine Killing Africa's Wildlife?

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Source: The Conservation Imperative Facebook Page

IS THE ANIMAL RIGHTS DOCTRINE KILLING AFRICA'S WILDLIFE?


Sub-Saharan Africa is facing a wildlife poaching crisis. Billions of dollars are sunk into ‘development’ aid and innumerable ‘conservation’ organizations dedicating themselves to saving one species or another. Add to that the never-ending high-level conferences that are held to address the issues and, not forgetting, the ivory-burning fests.
Despite of all of this natural habitats continue to be destroyed and the wildlife in them annihilated. Why?
Could it be that the people who live with wildlife have been dispossessed of their right to manage their own resources? Have Africans bought into the Western-driven Animal Rights doctrine which has come to dominate the conservation landscape?
This short video compares the traditional African Sustainable Use model with the alien, Western Animal Rights ideology.

https://www.facebook.com/theconservationimperative/posts/2890843627665550



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