Israeli activist wins top award from World Wildlife Fund
Ofir Drori to receive this year's award for his work on bringing law enforcement for wildlife to Cameroon.
Israeli activist Ofir Drori will be awarded the World Wildlife Fund for Nature Duke of Edinburgh Conservation Medal later Monday, receiving the price directly from Prince Philip at a ceremony at the Buckingham Palace in London.
The WWF has been awarding environmental activists with the prize since 1970; the award is considered one of the most important in the field.
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