Conservation specialist Joshua Wambugu recently shared his expertise with bachelor's degree students at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences, drawing their attention to the importance of community-based conservation as the road to sustainable tourism development. Even stronger, Wambugu argues for putting community involvement at the centre of conservation.
Climate change was ranked as the most vital issue facing the world, results of a survey published by Amnesty International has found. More than 10,000 people aged 18 to 25 years - also known as Generation Z - were surveyed.
Feedback from Wittenborg students reflects a major change in attitude towards climate change after they recently participated in the MIT World Climate Change Game, with the majority now seeing it as a serious problem and vowing to reduce their own ecological footprints.
Want to go greener at home? Recently, Wittenborg students got a first-person account from MBA lecturer, Dr Geert de Haan, about how he made his own home more eco-friendly and started living a greener life. De Haan gave a presentation to students in the run-up to their participation in the MIT World Climate Change Games.