Against the wall of a large meeting room in Bangkok, Thailand, stands Martin Saning’o. The Masai leader from Tanzania listens intently to a panel discussing the human factor in conservation, and patiently awaits an invitation to comment. He stands out as the only black man in a room packed with committed environmentalists, most of whom are from the United States and Europe. When his turn comes, Saning’o speaks softly in slightly accented but perfect English.
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