The 2022 Awards ceremony at Hampton Court Palace celebrated a decade of success, with former alumni joining our finalists to look ahead to the future of conservation.
The winners at this year’s Tusk Conservation awards are:
Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa, sponsored by Ninety One
- Achilles Brunnel Byaruhanga (Uganda)
- Ian Craig (Kenya)
The Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa, sponsored by Defender
- Miguel Gonçalves (Mozambique)
Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award, sponsored by the Nick Maughan Foundation
- Neddy Mulimo (Zambia)
The event’s 10th year comes at a critical time for conservation. Major upcoming global biodiversity summits – including the CITES conference in Panama in November and the UN Biodiversity Conference in Canada in December – will see the future of Africa’s wildlife and protected spaces take centre stage.
Tusk would like to thank Ninety One for its continued headline support of the Awards, and our co-sponsors Land Rover, DHL, ISPS Handa and the Nick Maughan Foundation. We are also very grateful for the ongoing support of Fortemus & Maia Films, the Mantis Group, Patrick Mavros, EJF Philanthropies, Accor, Shelton Fleming and Justerini & Brooks.
To find out more about the Awards and the 2022 finalists, please visit the Tusk Conservation Awards website.