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by Kira Johnson

One of the most conservation-minded politicians currently serving in the United States is a Democratic state senator from Montana, Mike Phillips.

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- Jan 24, 2018
The Four Furies of the Southwest
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by Tara Waters Lumpkin

President of Voices for Biodiversity, Dr. Tara Lumpkin, sits down with author William de Buys to talk about the four greatest threats to the fragile Southwestern ecosystems. How are the recent fires in…

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- Sep 03, 2012
Q&A with Sean Carnell of Tigers for Tigers
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by George Stevens

George Stevens sits down with Sean Carnell, a Senior at Clemson University and President of Tigers for Tigers, an organization which is partnering with other universities to form the National Tiger Coalition.…

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- Aug 15, 2012
Visiting the World Wide Fund for Nature in India
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by Altaire Cambata

India is a country with incredible biodiversity and hundreds of cultures and languages, and they all have to coexist in a country with limited resources. Izilwane’s Altaire Cambata sits down with some…

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- Aug 13, 2012
An Interview with Sharon Matola
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by Altaire Cambata

Altaire Cambata had the chance to meet Sharon Matola, the founder of the Belize Zoo – and still the only zoo in Belize – while studying abroad at the Tropical Education Center. Here, Altaire and Sharon…

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- Jul 02, 2012
Q&A with Will Stolzenburg
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by Julia Osterman

Julia Osterman speaks with conservationist and author Will Stolzenburg, author of Where the Wild Things Were and the recently published Rat Island: Predators in Paradise and the World’s Greatest Wildlife…

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- Apr 08, 2012
Saving Big Cats: an interview with Dr. Laurie Marker
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by Altaire Cambata

Dr. Laurie Marker is the co-founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, which helps protect these charismatic big cats worldwide. She helped develop international captive breeding…

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- Dec 05, 2011
Revisiting Gay Bradshaw’s Work
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by Zoe Krasney

Gay Bradshaw, founder of The Kerulos Center and of trans-species psychology, discusses animal forgiveness, extinction and genocide with Voices for Biodiversity’s Zoe Krasney.

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- Oct 30, 2011
A Conservation Conversation with Dr. Stuart Pimm
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by Julia Osterman

Stuart Pimm discusses the ethics behind conservation and the importance of involving local peoples in protecting their own local biodiversity.

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- Oct 17, 2011
Q&A with Lawrence Anthony, author of The Elephant Whisperer
Q&A with Lawrence Anthony, author of The Elephant Whisperer 552

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
Michael Soulé, Grandfather of Conservation Biology
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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
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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