September 20, 2021
In this interview, I chat with Douglas Chadwick, renowned biologist and author of Four Fifths a Grizzly. We spoke about how all species are connected, incredible environmental success stories, and the simple way we can protect 40% of endangered animals.
To read the fascinating stories and see the incredible photos, Four Fifths a Grizzly: A New Perspective on Nature that Just Might Save Us All by Douglas Chadwick today.
June 15, 2021
Dr. Paul O'Donoghue returns in this episode to update me on the status of the Scottish wildcat, their population updates, and a new threat that has emerged.
March 22, 2021
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Rachel Nuwer author of the incredible book Poached: Inside the Dark World of Wildlife Trafficking. We talk about the nuances behind elephant tusks, trophy hunting, and how well-intentioned people can negatively—and unwittingly—impact conservation efforts.
February 21, 2021
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Sam Sutaria of The WaterBear Network, the first interactive streaming platform dedicated to the future of our planet. Sam is great, and really does a great job talking about WaterBear's mission and values, and how users can both watch amazing content and support related initiatives.
Some of my favorite videos on WaterBear:
November 16, 2020
"Part Indiana Jones, part Emily Dickinson", Sy has traveled around the world researching and writing stories on conservation and the natural world, including the tree kangaroos of Papua New Guinea, tigers in India, and orangutans in Indonesia.
We talk much about her book "The Soul of An Octopus", as well as her other books and her writing process, as well as the current state of the environment.
I would put Sy in the category of someone I never thought I'd interview, a staple in conservation writing for decades, and an inspiration to many aspiring conservationists, but she couldn't have been more gracious during the course of our conversation and was an incredible source of information, inspiration, and passion.
October 26, 2020
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Leif Cocks of The Orangutan Project, and we talk about why more often than not highlands are protected for conservation areas and lowlands aren't, how orangutans are driven to extinction and we only have 10 years to protect them, and how people need to have both the heart and compassion as well as the knowledge and intelligence to create real meaningful change.
As always, please like, rate, and subscribe to the podcast, and to help Leif, head on over to Orangutan.org and see how you can become involved in Leif's incredible work.
September 21, 2020
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Louise de Waal of the documentary Blood Lions, which exposes the sadistic truth behind caged lions bred for the bullet in South Africa.
It's an incredibly compelling conversation about an incredibly compelling documentary, find out more by listening or viewing the links below—
• Blood Lions documentary
• 800 voices
• Take Action For Big Cats
September 7, 2020
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Yona Katembo, our tour guide when we went to Uganda a few months back. We touch base on how COVID has impacted the tourism industry, the recent poaching of the silverback gorilla Rafiki, and the punishment of his poachers.
August 17, 2020
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Madeleine and Ben of Bracenet, the company that turns destructive ghost nets floating the oceans into fashionable bracelets and apparel.
I thoroughly enjoyed my conversation with these two, the world needs more people like Madeleine and Ben, and on top of that, they frankly couldn't be cooler people.