The Society for Conservation Biology’s Africa Section, with the support of the Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group, has recently created the Africa in Conservation Biology database. This database has been developed and curated to help increase the visibility of African conservation practitioners and scientists, and facilitate better connectivity between conservation experts in Africa and the global communities. In addition, the database aims to foster collaborations for the benefit of African conservation.
Who can Participation?
This directory relies solely on public participation. People who have a set of Africa-specific conservation expertise to offer, are invited to enter their details. African nationals and/or affiliates of African institutions are particularly encouraged to list themselves.
Any feedback that might improve and maximize the potential of the database can be channeled to/via Africa in Conservation Biology