Ol Pejeta: safari and community conservation (Part 1)

This is an example of Kenyan self-sustained conservancy, where communities can still benefit from their motherland, human-wildlife conflict is greatly managed and poaching is being kept under control. So, I wanted to go on a safari for my birthday, not too far away from Nairobi city and, most importantly, I wanted it to be sustainable... Continue Reading →

Tofu and conservation

Would you dare a conversation on tofu? Sad, unsexy tofu? And its role on habitat preservation and on how grateful I am to China to make me understand that tofu is not that bad, it’s just us dumb Westeners that don’t know how to cook it. And -forgive me for this but I have to,... Continue Reading →

Rifugio Lavarella e Parco di Fanes

Abbiamo deciso di passare un capodanno sportivo che ci permettesse anche di goderci la wilderness non troppo distante da casa. Così abbiamo preparato gli zaini per una settimana e ci siamo fatti prestare due paia di ciaspole per partire verso il Parco di Fanes, tra le Dolomiti del Trentino. La nostra meta è stata il... Continue Reading →

Italian winter wilderness at its best – Park Fanes

We decided to spend a sporty last-year-week enjoying the often neglected, however remarkable, Italian wilderness and possibly wildlife in the National Park Fanes-Senes-Braies in the Italian Dolomites. So we prepared our backpacks, borrowed two couples of snow rackets and left for Trentino region. Our destination was Lavarella Mountain Lodge, a refuge set at 2050 mt... Continue Reading →

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