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.
Bolsonaro is now in power. How will civil society respond to protect indigenous groups and ensure the survival of the Amazon rainforest? Read article here.
What will the world look like in 200 years? A wasteland or a garden of riches? A provocative recent study has a theory. Does it hold up? My latest column for Words on the Wild in Mongabay. Read the article here.