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Green-Safari works in partnership with Wildlife Works - an established wildlife conservation organisation also based near Tsavo East, Kenya.

Offset Emissions with REDD+
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation

When you purchase REDD+ offsets from Wildlife Works, you are purchasing Verified Emission Reductions that preserve threatened forests, protect endangered wildlife, and uplift forest communities.

When you place your order of REDD+ offsets/VERs, the offsets will be retired on your behalf. You will receive a certificate and a record of the VER serial numbers that were retired. If you have any questions, please Wildlife Works at support@wildlifeworks.com

Furthermore, traveling with Green-Safari raises funds for a small reforestation project adjacent to the Buffalo Camp, Tsavo East Kenya. Every tree planted counts.

Blog

Welcome to our blog! This is where we tell our stories and you can also share your Green-Safari adventures. Happy reading.

Merkato: trade parity

5th December 2013
Introducing Merkato MKTO designs, makes and sells ethical travel and fashion accessories. MKTO is currently developing a range of boutique accessories to showcase the abilities of our small-scale producers in partnership with design graduates at ...
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The case for sustainable tourism #ESTC2013

4th December 2013
It’s been a while since our last blog post – we have been to the International Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference in Nairobi #ESTC213 and busy launching our brand for ethical fashion accessories @Merkato_MKTO Here are som...
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Tips for aspiring leaders!

23rd November 2012
Green-Safari attended a brilliant talk organised by Inspirational Volunteer Journeys - where we met professors, entrepreneurs, aspiring students, career advisors and a former international footballer turned coach.  Hope Powell CB...
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Black Cotton

18th November 2012
Let it rain... Finally some rain in Tsavo East! The rich soil in the cluster of villages neighboring Tsavo Buffalo Camp is typical of Kenya. Also known as 'black cotton soil' after a little bit of rain the cracked landscape of the savannah t...
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Trees grow...sponsor a sapling!

18th November 2012
The Team at Buffalo Camp have been keeping us up to date on the growth of the trees we planted in July this year. It's great to see that the elephants haven't got to them before they are well established. David's home-made compost has wor...
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Nini the limping elephant

30th October 2012
This morning the team at Buffalo Camp spotted an injured young elephant across the road from the watering hole at the back of the Tsavo Buffalo Camp. It is unusual to see a young elephant on it's own. As soon as Samuel saw a young male ele...
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