An Official Selection of “The American Conservation Film Festival 2015”, The Ecoexist Project: Pathways to Coexistence documents the work of the Ecoexist Project, including ABS Co-director, Dr. Amanda Stronza, to reduce conflict and foster coexistance between people and elephants in Northern Botswana.
“The film is a production of the Ecoexist Project, a collaborative effort of farmers, scientists,
village leaders, policy makers, and business people, working together to find solutions to
The story is set in the Eastern Okavango Panhandle, where 15,000 people share space and
resources with 15,000 elephants. The 18-minute feature includes voices and experiences of
people who live every day with elephants and know first-hand the challenges of competing
for space, food, and land with the world’s largest population of free-roaming elephants.“
Click here to view the 18-minute documentary and read more about the film and project.