As rainfall decreases every year, with human and livestock populations continue to grow; the situation in the land of the indigenous Nama is a disaster for nature - and for the people themselves.
The sparse green in this semi-desert region of southern Africa doesn't grow so well anymore - yet it has to feed the livestock of increasing numbers of farmers. That's led to dramatic loss of biodiversity. Because fewer species flourish there, Namaqualand is turning into a full-blown desert. The solution is for the Nama to incorporate their traditional way of life.