Wild Voices: Aidan Gallagher

Aidan Gallagher is a world-renowned actor and singer and also a UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador and one of the youngest ever Goodwill Ambassadors. You can find him at aidanrgallagher.com and @AidanRGallagher. This episode and interview are brought to you (with our huge gratitude) by Kate on Conservation (@KateonConsrvation and kateonconservation.com), and was recorded at the Illegal… Read More Wild Voices: Aidan Gallagher

Wild Voices: bringing military expertise to nature conservation, James Glancy

This episode is a conversation with James Glancy (https://www.jamesglancy.com/biography and https://twitter.com/jaglancy) who is a host of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, a conservationist who works with Veterans For Wildlife supporting the work of wildlife rangers in many African countries, and a former marine. In this conversation we talk about a childhood where he felt a passion for nature… Read More Wild Voices: bringing military expertise to nature conservation, James Glancy

Wild Voices: the “godfather” of biodiversity, Professor Thomas Lovejoy

This episode is a cracker – it’s with the so-called ‘godfather of biodiversity’ Professor Thomas Lovejoy. Thomas Lovejoy is a Senior Fellow at the United Nations Foundation, an expert on climate and biological dynamics in the Amazon, he was previously the biodiversity advisor to the World Bank, and is known for being the first person… Read More Wild Voices: the “godfather” of biodiversity, Professor Thomas Lovejoy

Wild Voices: healing ourselves through a balanced relationship with nature, Scott Haber

Scott Haber began as a bioengineering student, but transitioned into nature-based mindfulness practice after learning from a woman who was practising traditional Andean ways. Scott then received the Bonderman Fellowship which allowed him to visit traditional, nature-based cultures around the world and learn from them. He now undertakes a unique blend of shared interests, including… Read More Wild Voices: healing ourselves through a balanced relationship with nature, Scott Haber

Wild Voices: a champion for the wilderness, Jo Roberts

Jo Roberts is Chief Executive of the Wilderness Foundation (https://wildernessfoundation.org.uk). She has served as its CEO since 2004. The Foundation works to transform the lives of young people from challenged and challenging backgrounds through wilderness experiences and thereby to demonstrate the value of wilderness. Jo and the Foundation run workshops, mentoring and expeditions at their… Read More Wild Voices: a champion for the wilderness, Jo Roberts