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Garth Owen-Smith

Garth Owen-Smith is a Namibian environmentalist . He was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize in 1993, jointly with Margaret Jacobsohn , for their efforts on the conservation of wildlife in Namibia, where illegal hunting was threatened as such elephants and black rhinos . [1]

References

  1. Jump up^ “Africa 1993. Margaret Jacobsohn & Garth Owen-Smith, Namibia, Sustainable Development” . Goldman Environmental Prize. Archived from the original on 15 June 2011 . Retrieved 5 January 2011 .

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