I believe strongly that good, optimistic and honest story telling, is the way to peoples hearts with conservation. So here are a few worth watching if you have the time.
This week I'm really pleased to be sharing an opportunity to work with Action for Conservation, a dynamic UK charity whose exciting approach to conservation I really support.
For the past year $7 million has sort of been a yardstick for every piece of financial news I've heard.
Later this month I'm venturing North and speaking in Sheffield as part of the Peaks and City Takeover weekend (March 20-22nd).
Conservation is full of campaigns, and campaigners. But which are worthwhile, and which should you support?
I'm sometimes a tiny bit cynical when it comes to conservation projects in true paradise (beaches, blue skies etc..), especially when it comes to sea turtles. Everyone wants to work with sea turtles...
I recently had a big adventure. It had that much sought after mix of daring do, fresh experiences, new cultures, buckets of wildlife and was all played out on another continent.
Better to do a lot and write a little, than do little and write a lot.
If only I can get this in front of enough people, I think it might just work.
Telling the difference between some of the many, many, volunteering opportunities available is difficult.
Spend time crafting your message, tell a good story and publicise your campaign.
How to mix citizen science with adventure on expeditions, and why we desperately need to.