Jan 17, 2022
We know that carbon in the atmosphere is increasing at an unsustainable rate, and that half of all native tress on earth have been felled.
This is having impacts on our lives, and on wildlife globally.
Recent studies have also shown that we have nearly a billion hectares of land...
Dec 6, 2021
What is the diversity deficit in conservation, and how can we tackle it? In this episode we speak to Cade London, Associate Advisor, Office of Diversity and Inclusive Workforce Management, and Diversity Joint Venture Program Manager with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Cade is a 5th generation local from Hawaii,...
Nov 22, 2021
With limited time available, and a need to have purpose and impact through our careers, how do we get the right things done well? How we choose tasks, organise our time and keep on top of busy email inboxes?
Turns out saving the planet needs some serious time and task management! Joining our host Dr Nick Askew to...
Nov 5, 2021
Last year, Sir David Attenborough said that saving the planet is now a communications challenge. And within conservation there is a growing realisation that we need to do much more to share our messages, to encourage more support and action.
As a result, conservation employers are rapidly looking for people with...
Oct 25, 2021
Conferences, meetings, festivals, community gatherings,
networking events and more... Today there are MANY in-person and
virtual conservation events to choose from!
So how can you make the most of conservation events for your career?
In this episode we discuss how events can help your career, how to choose which...