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Tom Lalampaa

Winner of the Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa, 2013

Tom Lalampaa was presented with the Tusk Award for his outstanding work brokering peace through conservation amongst feuding tribal groups in northern Kenya. Lalampaa has been key to creating a conservation area of 3 million acres under the Northern Rangelands Trust, benefiting over 150,000 people. NRT is recognized as the leading model for community conservation in Kenya – and increasingly across Africa – with a proven impact on peace, livelihoods and conservation.  The Tusk Award was sponsored by Land Rover.

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The Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa

This award is given to an individual who has been judged to be emerging as a leading conservationist and in recognition of their outstanding contribution to, and considerable success, in their chosen field. The award is sponsored by Land Rover and this year will be presented by Sir David Attenborough. The three finalist will be present at the Awards ceremony, when the winner will be announced and presented with a beautiful trophy created by Tiffany & Co as well as a grant for £20,000. The two runners up each receive a grant of £7,500.

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