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A Conservation Classic: How Wolves Change Rivers

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I find myself repeating an abridged version quite often when I make the case for predator reintroduction to Scotland (or at least a higher rate of deer culling!).

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Why Conservation Is Awesome (A few of the best fieldwork fails)

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All the best made plans rapidly unravel whenever you put scientists into the field, and here’s how.

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Conservation is Complicated (Especially when you add people)

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It’s hard enough to get wildlife and conservation on TV, let alone have enough time to show just how complicated it is.

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How To Choose Which Conservation Charity To Support (with your hard earned cash)

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If you want to support conservation, I think that there’s two main ways to do it.

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TEDx: Is There Hope For Conservation?

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I’m really thrilled that the video for my TEDx talk is now online!

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An Interview For The Inspired50

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If you could go anywhere in the world, and do anything, what would it be?

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Lionfish and the Harsh Reality of Conservation

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Continuing with my theme of showing exactly what is sometimes involved in conservation – in an effort to achieve the best outcome for ecosystems and biodiversity – I had to share this video.

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Using Dogs For Conservation (and how science is always full of surprises)

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I’ve never worked with dogs, and I’ve not seen any used before in conservation. In these cases I sometimes put a question out to the Twittersphere which is infinitely knowledgeable on this sort of thing.

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Genetic Modification – Science vs Belief

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Personally, I’m an environmentalist, conservationist and an advocate for GM food. I think that makes me relatively unusual.

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Getting Biodiverse About The Things We Eat

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Just 15 crop plants, provide 90% of the world’s food energy intake. Just three – rice, maize and wheat – make up two-thirds of human food consumption.

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A Short Video About Deforestation In Zambia

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I passed through Southern Zambia late last year, and my abiding memory is charcoal stalls dotted along the roads every mile or so.

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To restore our natural world, conservation is the last thing we need

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One interpretation of the term ‘conservation’, is to keep things the same as they are. This, I would argue, is precisely the last thing that we need to reach the lofty goal of a healthy and sustainable natural world.

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