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Prints For Wildlife: Safeguarding Africa’s Wild Areas

Masai Giraffe, Amboseli National Park, Kenya JAMES LEWIN

By Everett Potter

Prints for Wildlife, a pioneering photographic print fundraiser featuring world-class nature photographers, is returning in 2022. The organization raised $1.75 million for the non-profit African Parks as a result of two earlier print sales, selling more than 15,000 unique wildlife prints. It comes back this year with a greater mission in mind: helping to safeguard 30% of Africa’s wild areas by 2030.

African lion in Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. ANDREW LIU

To help accomplish this, Prints for Wildlife co-founders Marion Payr and Pie Aerts are unveiling the new print fundraiser on August 28, 2022. The organization estimates that nearly 50% of Africa’s landmass is suffering degradation, including the rapidly increasing effects that biodiversity loss has on the climate crisis. Prints for Wildlife’s current goal is to help safeguard 30 million hectares of Africa’s protected areas and contribute to the global target of protecting 30% of nature on Earth by 2030 … continue reading

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