James borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator, with a particular interest in how species adapt to changing climate.

Conservation is Complicated (Especially when you add people)

It’s hard enough to get wildlife and conservation on TV, let alone have enough time to show just how complicated it is. Because of that, wildlife TV often frustrates me, but I absolutely loved “I Bought A Rainforest” on the BBC last year.

So I really enjoyed this interview with Charlie Hamilton James out in Peru. It’s worth watching, as he distils down some of the rewards and frustrations of conservation in the Amazon.

If you enjoyed that, then you can also watch the full version.

Well done to Katie Linn for putting it together.