A new study finds protected areas have benefits for populations living near them. Check out the article for my Mongabay column Words on the Wild: Saving Life on Earth.
Part four of a series for Mongabay on the decline of insects worldwide – with a focus on solutions.
Part three of a series for Mongabay on the decline of insects worldwide – with a focus on where the vast majority of insects are found, the tropics.
Part two of a series for Mongabay on the decline of insects worldwide – with a focus on the places where we have the most data: Europe and North America.
Part one of a series for Mongabay on the decline of insects worldwide. What do we know? What is still missing. And, most importantly, what can we do about it.
My April op-ed on the need to move aggressively to save the Sumatran rhino after Tam’s death. Read it here.
I was a guest on Escape the Zoo Podcast this week! We have a really fun and wildly divergent conversation including:
– my new column for Mongabay.com
– Sumatran rhino conservation
– Bottleneck to breakthrough
– tapir in Borneo?
– WWF troubles
– Saola and the kha-nyo
– de-extinction of the mammoth
– terraforming Mars
– solar geo-engineering
Link to the podcast site: https://bit.ly/2D60yPa
Link to the podcast on iTunes: https://apple.co/2lKFsgt
Link to the blog post / show notes: https://bit.ly/2UNqaL3 (This has linked references to everything discussed throughout the episode)
Link to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVSnj8IKKXE
An interview I did with Sea Change Radio Podcast on the theory of Bottleneck to Breakthrough. Check it out here.
A new article for my Mongabay Column: Words on the Wild. What should we call the world’s youngest generation? It’s freaking obvious. Read here.