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South African awarded National Geographic’s Wayfinder Award

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Annually, the Nationwide Geographic Society recognises and elevates people who find themselves main a brand new age of exploration by science, training, conservation, know-how, and storytelling, by its Wayfinder Award. 

In 2022, three African explorers, together with a South African marine researcher have been honoured for his or her work as influential leaders, communicators and innovators, whose work has impressed others to take care of and defend our pure world.

Resson Kantai Duff, Zoleka Filander and Gibbs Kuguru, are all engaged in groundbreaking work that challenges essentially the most entrenched stereotypes within the animal kingdom, focuses on inclusive and community-based conservation, and blends social justice with ecological scientific analysis and promotes racial literacy in training.

Zoleka Filander is a South African deep-sea researcher who identifies and paperwork seabed species in South Africa’s uncharted oceans. Her findings have contributed to assessments of South Africa’s biodiversity and ecosystem classification maps and helped lay the groundwork for the institution of a community of offshore marine protected areas.

Zoleka Filander image 4 Photo Credit Logan Lambert111

Zoleka Filander

Resson Kantai Duff is the deputy director of Ewaso Lions, a company devoted to serving to individuals and lions coexist in northern Kenya. Duff is captivated with decolonising conservation and works to resume Kenyans’ sense of possession over their wildlife, tradition, and land.

Resson Kantai Duff Photo Credit WildElements111

Resson Kantai Duff

Gibbs Kuguru is a Kenyan scientist who research the DNA of sharks. Kuguru is utilizing his genetic analysis to higher perceive the distinctive DNA parts that form the populations of sharks. He’s a passionate communicator and has a multidisciplinary strategy to shark conservation.

Gibbs Kuguru Photo Credit

Gibbs Kuguru

The Wayfinder Award recipients be a part of the Nationwide Geographic Society’s international group of Nationwide Geographic Explorers and every obtain a prize to proceed conducting their work.

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