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Conservation Careers Podcast

Dec 19, 2019

Today we’re turning the tables slightly and talking about, well us; Conservation Careers. We thought it would be a good end to the year and to the decade to look back at the journey of Conservation Careers over the past six years and also to look forwards to where we might be going next.

Leading the discussion is...

Dec 9, 2019

Oana wildlife reserve in the deep south of Namibia is 45,000 hectares of breath-taking mountainous semi-desert. Home to a previously unknown population of leopards, the reserve encompasses 50km of the lush Orange River, which is a wildlife refuge amid the extensive hues of orange and red rocky and sandy plains.

For the...

Nov 25, 2019

When you think about the Amazon basin and the vast area of dense jungle and vegetation, do you think about seeing dolphins? Me neither.

Today we’re talking to Suzanne Smith, the Executive Director and Founder of the Amazon River Dolphin Conservation Foundation. This is a charity set up in 2014 to conserve the species...

Nov 18, 2019

Hi guys – Nick here from Conservation Careers

This is just a special little broadcast to let you know that we’re supporting the Travel Blogger of the Year competition - run by Terra Incognita Travel - and entries are now open!

If you enjoy writing or blogging all you need to do is submit a story about your favourite...

Nov 12, 2019

Have you ever dreamt about a career exploring the coral reefs of the south Pacific, diving in Fiji, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands and all the lost corners of Papua New Guinea?

Perhaps you’d love to spend time with the local communities whose lives depend on the health of their forests and fisheries, working in...