E Cape wildlife project hopes to build a green economy for communities
Nofingxana community’s Double Drift Wildlife Economy Project was launched to help communities build a green economy and live with conservation.
Speaking to Ray White on The Midday Report, Nosipho Xaba, the Director General at the Department of Environmental Affairs, said the event is more about helping communities to live with conservation and sharing what opportunities that are available in the wildlife sector subject to those who are interested.
We decided to coin an economy, what we call a green economy focusing on biodiversity.Nosipho Xaba, Department of Environmental Affairs.
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