Our goal is to celebrate the work of people who are striving to support and develop conservation schemes in Africa. From practical field conservation to successful environmental education, these awards aim to recognise the achievements of individuals who are ensuring the future of Africa and bringing the challenges faced by the continent to a global audience.
The 2013 Tusk Conservation Awards
Details of the finalists for the 2013 awards have been announced.
Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa
The identity of the winner of the Prince William Award, which celebrates an exceptional contribution to conservation over a lifetime, will be announced at the Awards ceremony in the Autumn.
Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa
The shortlist of five conservationists nominated for The Tusk Award are Alasdair Harris (Madagascar), Edwin Kinyangui (Kenya), Tom Lalampaa (Kenya), Josia Razafindramanana (Madagascar) and Kerri Volter (South Africa). The judges selected the nominees for demonstrating extraordinary commitment and for having made a significant impact in their field of work. The winner of the Tusk Award, which is being supported by Land Rover, will be announced at the Awards ceremony.
For full details on the finalists please visit the Tusk Conservation Awards website
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