Introductions: Herman

We have all gone through a period of uncertainty regarding careers in our adolescent years in high school. I am pretty sure there is handful of us who have boasted about becoming engineers and one day earning big bucks to buy all the stuff we love. More money or a deep passion for something? I … Continue reading Introductions: Herman


Introductions: Matthew

Greetings!  My name is Matthew Walters and I am a current Masters student at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST).   As my colleagues can sympathise, one cannot go through the conservation world without knowing a bit of everything, so my last four years have shown quite a variance in what I chose to … Continue reading Introductions: Matthew

Introductions : Lorentha

I spent most of my childhood in a village surrounded by the vast wilderness of our pristine country; I guess that’s where I got my love for the big and furry. My name is Lorentha Haraes and I must confess I’m a bit of an animal hugger, don’t get me wrong I appreciate plants too. … Continue reading Introductions : Lorentha


Introductions: Michelle

Greetings to the blogging world! My name is Michelle Rodgers and I am a MSc student in Natural Resource Management at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). The world of conservation is so vast in its disciplines that it is difficult single out where one’s interest lie. At the moment, my interests are … Continue reading Introductions: Michelle


In a Sea of Voices

Welcome to the Conservation Voices Namibia blog everyone! The  global conservation community is growing at an exceptional rate with diverse fields. Young conservation voices often get lost in the ocean of research and publications being done by subject specialists and established conservationists. This blog was created to give a voice to emerging Namibian nature conservationists. … Continue reading In a Sea of Voices