A greedy oil company’s massive drilling machines are tearing up wilderness near one of the world’s most fragile ecosystems in the hunt for oil.
We’ve got a chance to stop this drilling nightmare -- but we need to act fast.
The Kavango Basin is not only home to the oldest Indigenous communities in southern Africa -- the nearby savannah is also teeming with lions, hippos, and Africa’s largest remaining herd of elephants.
ReconAfrica’s disastrous plan to drill for oil could threaten their collective survival, destroy the wilderness -- and pollute the fresh drinking water of over a million people.
But local activists are coming together and they think that if our community can urgently fund key groups to launch a major PR offensive and organize local resistance, we can force the government to stop the drilling.
Will you chip in to help the San and other Indigenous Peoples protect the precious Okavango Basin?