Wild Voices: from photographer to fracking activist, Emily Mott

Emily Mott (http://www.emilymott.com) is a photographer and environmental activist. She was educated at The Putney School, Dartmouth College and Art Center College of Design. In New York City she worked as a pastry chef and book reviewer before turning to photography. Among her clients have been Rolling Stone magazine, the New Yorker, the Telegraph, Waitrose, Ikea,… Read More Wild Voices: from photographer to fracking activist, Emily Mott

Wild Voices: the Snowdonia shepherdess delivering for nature, Teleri Fielden

This conversation is with Teleri Fielden (@TeleriFielden), the National Trust and Welsh Young Farmers scholar at Llyndy Isaf farm in Snowdonia. Teleri was recently featured on the BBC’s Snowdonia Shepherdess programme. She looks after a farm on the slopes of the Welsh mountains in Snowdonia. And in this conversation tells us about her experience in… Read More Wild Voices: the Snowdonia shepherdess delivering for nature, Teleri Fielden

Wild Voices: giving nature a voice through the camera, Lizzie Daly

Lizzie Daly (http://www.lizziedalywildlife.com/) is a wildlife filmmaker and presenter. You can find her on twitter @_LizzieDaly and her youtube channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20DGpTHgqDlgctp6jDkmZg. Lizzie is a biologist and broadcaster, a wildlife filmmaker both in front of and behind the camera for BBC Earth Unplugged, CBeebies and NatGeo Kids. She’s also the founder of the “Do You… Read More Wild Voices: giving nature a voice through the camera, Lizzie Daly

Wild Voices: storytelling is the key to wildlife filmmaking, Tania Esteban

This is a conversation recorded by Kate Snowdon (https://kateonconservation.com/  and https://twitter.com/KateConsrvation ). Tania Esteban (https://www.treproductions.co.uk/  is a bilingual wildlife filmmaker and researcher who has worked with the BBC on various films, including Big Cats, which was her first break into the BBC. She has worked as a researcher on big titles such as Wild Cities and… Read More Wild Voices: storytelling is the key to wildlife filmmaking, Tania Esteban

Wild Voices: the harmony that comes from a more mindful approach to the natural world, Claire Thompson

We live in a era of disconnection from our direct experiences of life – from ourselves, from each other and from the natural world we’re all integrally part of. Why? Because in the Western world in particular, we’ve chosen to ‘develop our minds’ so much that our habitual mode of being (“autopilot mode”) is lost… Read More Wild Voices: the harmony that comes from a more mindful approach to the natural world, Claire Thompson

Wild Voices: how understanding human behaviour can help us to save nature, Diogo Veríssimo

Diogo Veríssimo (https://www.diogoverissimo.com and @verissimodiogo) is a social scientist focussing on how marketing and insights into human behaviour can help us to tackle conservation issues, particularly human-wildlife conflict and the illegal trade in wildlife. He’s an Oxford Martin Fellow, part of the Oxford Martin programme on the illegal wildlife trade. In 2016 he was given the Young Professional… Read More Wild Voices: how understanding human behaviour can help us to save nature, Diogo Veríssimo

Wild Voices: rediscovering our roots by finding enchantment in nature, Sharon Blackie

Dr Sharon Blackie (@sharonblackie and http://www.sharonblackie.net) is a psychologist and mythologist and presenter of The Hedge School podcast (www.thehedgeschool.org/) on the theme of a new folk culture. She’s also an award-winning writer of several books including ‘The Enchanted Life’, ‘If Women Rose Rooted’ and ‘The Long Delirious Burning Blue’. We talk about Sharon’s realisation that… Read More Wild Voices: rediscovering our roots by finding enchantment in nature, Sharon Blackie