Swara Magazine

Archived since January - March | 2019 Modern Archive

16 issues

Swara magazine, the journal of the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS), has championed  environmental and wildlife conservation for over sixty years. It has helped shape legislation and policy designed to protect natural resources, galvanized discussion on how best to solve conservation problems and connect networks for advocacy.
 
Swara is at the vanguard of nature conservation advocacy across East Africa and the rest of the world where it is distributed to all EAWLS members. The magazine carries out its mandate through highlighting environmental issues, showcasing the biodiversity of different ecosystems and sharing real life experiences of the wild.
 
The journal is also a collaborative platform for sharing information, enabling useful connections and fostering better public understanding and debate on emerging environmental challenges, including the consequences of climate change.

Latest issue

1. Why wildfires are increasingly frequent.
2. Efforts to save the near extinct mountain bongo gather pace.
3. Uganda’s wildlife dispersal corridor at risk.
4. Using cheetah scat to fight trafficking in cubs.
5. Mpala – the Kenyan research centre training next generation of environmental leaders.

Subjects: Environment, Environmental, Non Fiction

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Swara magazine, the journal of the East African Wild Life Society (EAWLS), has championed  environmental and wildlife conservation for over sixty years. It has helped shape legislation and policy designed to protect natural resources, galvanized discussion on how best to solve conservation problems and connect networks for advocacy.
 
Swara is at the vanguard of nature conservation advocacy across East Africa and the rest of the world where it is distributed to all EAWLS members. The magazine carries out its mandate through highlighting environmental issues, showcasing the biodiversity of different ecosystems and sharing real life experiences of the wild.
 
The journal is also a collaborative platform for sharing information, enabling useful connections and fostering better public understanding and debate on emerging environmental challenges, including the consequences of climate change.
  • First Issue: January - March | 2019
  • Latest Issue: July - September 2022
  • Issue Count: 16
  • Published: Not set