Featuring an interview with Chris Smyth. The discussion covers the impact of climate change on the marine environment and the relevance of this to both whale and human populations. Chris highlights the importance and value of public pressure.
Discussion with Philippa Brakes about science, welfare and the human evolution of our relationship with wild species of animals.
Discussion with Margi Prideaux about the conflicts between dolphins and developing world fisheries, the need to control distant water fleets and to improve regulations and enforcement.
Discussion with Tony Bartram about an inspiring new educational program called "Kangaroo Island Dolphin Watch" which is teaching school children the skills for real world scientific monitoring while inspiring young minds to protect dolphins and their habitats.
Dissussion with Mick McIntyre, Director IFAW Asia Pacific, about creating connections and using media to develop conservation awareness. Mick relives his career in film and take us on a journey that connects his two worlds of film making and his current work in conservation. <a href="http://www.podc
In the week of the announcement from scientists that the Baiji is now sadly extinct, we interview Sue Miller-Taei, Marine Programme Manager with Conservation International and Pacific Regional Adviser with the International Fund for Animal Welfare, about the challenges of conservation in the Pacific
This week we interview Courtney Vail, who is the Caribbean Programme Leader for the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society. Following on the theme of our first podcast with Guisepppe Notarbartolo di Sciara discussing regional work in the Mediterranean and in the Pacific, Courtney articulates the cha
This week we speak with Professor Al Gillespie, an expert in international environmental law working within the academic system as a law professor, an author of significant note and also a consultant to government delegations and conservation organisations. Al describes a world that is often poorly
This week we speak with Dr Mike Bossley, a research scientist, educator, activist and academic, who has fused his many years of experience into a principled position of gently learning and leading by example. Mike’s current work is a long term behavioral study of a small community of bottlenose do
just brilliantthey are new, but worh a listen. clearly insider knowledge about some of the big debates around these animals. listen in! good stuff!!
Reviewed on 08/21/2007
Really great - very informativeExcellent to hear from people doing the work.
Reviewed on 08/30/2007
Reviewed on 02/01/2008
This is a great castGreat information. Really feels like your listening to insiders. Lots I didn't know - like whats Japan really doing right now in Antarctica!
Reviewed on 02/03/2008
very coollook forward to them coming back!
Reviewed on 02/27/2008