Finding answers... For what we should, but don’t know!
Scientific enquiry has produced amazing quantities of knowledge
We know more about the fascinating workings and the fragility of the natural world than ever before. And we use that information as best we can to conserve the world for all its living constituents and their offspring.
Yet there are many gaps to fill!
Great numbers of organisms have never been described, countless mysteries of life elude us, and we comprehend little or nothing of many fundamental environmental processes.
The more gaps are filled, the better we understand natural processes
With a good understanding of natural processes, measures to care for that which must be preserved will improve. And we will be more equipped to restore that which has been broken.
Everything is possible, but only if we look
Intergenerational inequity: stealing the joy and
benefits of nature from our children
The Earth's wildlife and wild places provide essential ecosystem services for current and future generations of humanity. The utilitarian value of biodiversity, assessed via the use-values and ecosystem services that nature provides and upon which humanity's survival depends, does not reflect the entirety of the benefits humanity obtains from nature. There are additional elements of the human experience that are intrinsically connected to nature, in particular our physical, mental, cultural and spiritual well-being
© O. Evans
Ongava Game Reserve 19.35° S, 15.90° E, Northern Namibia
+264 84 000 9769
Images displayed on this website are protected by copyright and cannot be used or reproduced without consent.
© Ongava Research Centre