TED Fellow Adjany Costa is an Indigenous conservation champion.

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Adjany Costa is an ethno-conservationist working with the natives of the headwaters of the Okavango Delta in Botswana to help provide them with legal and economic frameworks for protecting their land, one of the world's last truly wild spaces. Costa was the youngest minister in Angolan political history, serving as Minister of Culture, Tourism and Environment from April to October 2020.

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