Have you ever wanted to get advice from an expert as we navigate the future of our planet?
The climate emergency and conservation are big, important and sometimes worrying topics. Vance G. Martin, an acknowledged expert in international nature conservation & wilderness protection and president of WILD, is here to help.
Wondering about the science and global politics behind the climate emergency, or perhaps simply how you can make an impact in your local community?
Scientific research that tells us we must act now. Submit any question to firstname.lastname@example.org, and Vance may personally answer it publicly on social media or our monthly newsletter!
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In 2014 – 2015, for 6 months I was part of a field research team working on the gibbons (Hoolock tianxing), a small ape inhabiting the subtropical evergreen forest of southwest China, close to the mountainous Sino-Myanmar border. This region harbors a high level of biodiversity with a 335,549 – ha protected area founded in the 1980s. “Gaoligong” as the reserved was named after referred to an ancient family once living in this area.
There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about. – Margaret J. Wheatley