The new year is not that new anymore and 2023 already seems far away. But we are still happy to celebrate with you our achievements of the last weeks of 2023, share our concerns and look together to the future of conservation in Sierra Leone and on the whole globe. Enjoy reading our latest newsletter.

In this issue:

  • Spotlight on Sierra Leone´s Wildlife Act – CSSL organizes Conference on Partnerships for Wildlife
    Conservation during Wildlife Week 2023
  • The state of illegal mining at Lake Sonfon – … and the question “Who is responsible to protect the lake?”
  • New joint Climate Change Strategy and Communique for Western Area – ACCT launched the new strategy during the Climate Change Conference in October 2024
  • A Lead Poacher becomes a Forest Conservationist in Joru-Gaura – A story of hope from the Gola Rainforest National Park
  • Biodiversity is a measure of ecosystem health – CSSL reports on Rapid Biodiversity Assessment to gain knowledge about the state of the Sherbo River Estuary
  • Protection of the Common Good Saves the “Crying Hills” of Gaura in Kenema – A success story from the Kambui Hills
  • Another conference with nothing more than talking or the start of real action? – A comment from COP28
  • News from the CSSL office for our members and friends

To read or download the newsletter, follow the link or click on the photo above on the right hand site: CSSL Newsletter 4-2023

Get our quarterly Newsletter via Email

CSSL Newsletter 2-2024

In this issue, the Conservation Society of Sierra Leone promotes livelihood activities in Big wata community to encourage the community to move away from the

Read More »