Interviews-Reviews

Q&A with Lee Berger
Q&A with Lee Berger

by Julia Osterman

Voices for Biodiversity speaks with paleoanthropologist and National Geographic Explorer Lee Berger about his newest research and revelations regarding the newly discovered hominid species, Australopithecus…

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- Sep 12, 2011
Q&A with Lawrence Anthony, author of The Elephant Whisperer
Q&A with Lawrence Anthony, author of The Elephant Whisperer

by Julia Osterman

Voices for Biodiversity catches up with author and conservationist Lawrence Anthony to learn more about his two books and third upcoming book. In the process, Anthony talks about the power of animals to…

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- Jul 25, 2011
The Elephant Whisperer
The Elephant Whisperer

by Julia Osterman

Journey into the South African bush in Lawrence Anthony’s The Elephant Whisperer: My Life with the Herd in the African Wild. This touching narrative, which delves into the transformational relationship…

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- Jul 25, 2011
Tales of a Shaman’s Apprentice
Tales of a Shaman’s Apprentice

by Altaire Cambata

Ethnobotonist and author Mark Plotkin delves into the world of traditional medicinal knowledge and the mysteries of Amazonian biology, culture and spirituality. Tales of a Shaman’s Apprentice is a plea…

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- Jul 06, 2011
Broken, An interview with author Lisa Jones
Broken, An interview with author Lisa Jones

by Greg Stahl

In her touching memoir, Broken: A Love Story, Lisa Jones explores not only the dichotomies of life – of suffering and redemption, death and life, development and poverty – but also, and perhaps more stirringly,…

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- May 30, 2011
Bonobo Handshake
Bonobo Handshake

by Kira Johnson

Bonobo Handshake by Vanessa Woods’ chronicles experiences with bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Learn more about these fascinating primates in this captivating novel!

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- Apr 04, 2011
Monster of God
Monster of God

by Jami Wright

In Monster of God David Quammen, author of Song of the Dodo and a writer for National Geographic Magazine, takes his readers around the world and simultaneously delves into the human psyche probing the…

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- Mar 17, 2011
Vanishing of the Bees
Vanishing of the Bees

by Kira Johnson

One-third of the foods most humans eat are dependent on bees for pollination. Unfortunately, Colony Collapse Disorder is causing bee populations to decline at an alarming rate. Read more about this troubling…

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- Mar 02, 2011
Michael Soulé, Grandfather of Conservation Biology
Michael Soulé, Grandfather of Conservation Biology

by Alexander Gilbert

Michael Soulé is considered by many to be the grandfather of conservation biology. He formed the Wildlands Project, now the Wildands Network, over a decade ago. A dozen vigorous, local ecosystem-conservation…

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- Dec 01, 2010
Shooting in the Wild: An Interview with filmmaker Chris Palmer
Shooting in the Wild: An Interview with filmmaker Chris Palmer

by Amy Carfagno

This book by Chris Palmer takes you behind the scenes of popular nature and wildlife films, sharing the adventures of the daring and creative people who make these films and TV shows. It also pulls back…

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- Sep 24, 2010

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