Hear about Gazelle’s long-term conservation vision in Africa’s Kalahari directly from Valentin Gruener, a renowned conservationist, author, and partner at the flagship Modisa conservation project in Botswana. The Kalahari is the largest remaining expanse of the least human-influenced (“most wild”) natural landscape in Africa, south of the Sahara Desert. Challenges caused by agriculture, human encroachment, and resource mismanagement have created a cyclical pattern of habitat destruction, pushing species to the brink of endangerment while threatening some of the last untouched expanses of undisturbed savannas. In this video, Valentin delves into his personal background, the importance of the Modisa project, and future implications for the greater Kalahari.