Guinée-Ecologie is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation. Created in 1989, it promotes actions in favour of good management of natural resources and lasting protection of Guinea’s environment.
The Mission of Guinée-Ecologie is to contribute to the protection of the environment, the conservation of biological diversity and the sustainable use of natural resources by participating in the development and implementation of policies, strategies and business plans, action conducive to maintaining a healthy living environment and safeguarding species and their habitats for the benefit of current and future generations.
Metre by metre, climate change and over-farming are degrading Africa’s formerly productive Sahel region and threatening not just wildlife habitat, but also people’s survival. However, there’s epic ambition to restore depleted lands and grow a 7,000-km natural wonder across the entire width of the continent. It’s showing that some walls can actually be liberating…
Sometimes, to solve the problems of the future, we need to look to the ideas of the past. Discover how the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) is helping communities in Morocco to revive the traditional sylvo-pastoral resource management system “Agdal” to avoid more rangelands degradation and restore degraded rangelands.
Across Africa, vulture populations have catastrophically declined over the last 50 years, with overall decline rates of up to 97%. Today, 7 out of 11 African-Eurasian vulture species are at risk of extinction, underlining this decline.