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Exploring Africa’s Goma Region: Diary: Day 10

The 7R Future Leadership Institute has been following Belgian Floris Buter from the Virunga National Park on a week long field trip in Africa, in order to gather topography data for a hydro-power project. 1,147 more words

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Africa's Oldest Park

By Linda Tancs

Founded in 1925 by King Albert I of Belgium and originally known as Albert National Park, Virunga became the first national park on the African continent, a refuge today for a quarter of the world’s critically endangered mountain gorillas. 86 more words

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Boundary changes could save Virunga in the long term

http://wildlifenews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/un-operations-monusco-400×300.jpg – There are many threats which Virunga National Park faces and as peace descends in the Democratic Republic of Congo these threats will need to be addressed. 32 more words

Film Review on Virunga- A Movie About the Fight for the Last Mountain Gorillas

Few people can say they really know where Virunga National Park lies on a map and even fewer can tell you the tragedy that happened there in 2012. 252 more words

Exploring Africa’s Goma Region: Diary: Day 5

The 7R Future Leadership Institute is following Belgian Floris Buter from the Virunga National Park on a 12 day field trip in Africa, in order to gather topography data for a hydro-power project. 1,233 more words

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Exploring Africa’s Goma Region: Diary: Day 4


The 7R Future Leadership Institute
is following Belgian Floris Buter on a 12 day field trip in Africa, in order to gather topography data for a hydro-power project. 731 more words

Nature Research

Exploring Africa's Goma Region: Diary: Day 1

The 7R Future Leadership Institute is following Belgian Floris Buter while he is on a 12 day field trip in Africa, in order to gather topography data for a hydro-power project. 1,048 more words

Nature Research