Nyani Quarmyne is a freelance photographer based in Germany.

His work centres on global health, social justice and the environment. He is particularly interested in themes that demonstrate that the wellbeing of humanity, the earth and all its biodiversity must be seen as intrinsically connected. His work has appeared in the New York Times, The Guardian, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung amongst other publications, and has been exhibited around the world.

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Nyani Quarmyne

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Why, and How, African Wild Meat Comes to Europe

  • Environment

BRUSSELS / PARIS – Many Europeans would not know wild African meat is eaten in cities around Europe, tonnes and tonnes of it being smuggled for the demand of some African communities. What does it mean — for preservation of endangered species, but also for preservation of cultural identity, and how can regulation be improved for everyone's benefit?