Building upon the principles laid out in part 1 with Hugh Bollinger, he explains how different environments and species can be nursed back to health through careful and educated intervention, with case studies.
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For part one of this three part interview series, Pax Natura board member Hugh Bollinger explains the basic principles of restoration and ecology, and how they can be used to restore degraded landscapes to a healthy and stable state.
In this interview, we speak with Pax Natura board member and agroecologist Steve Tolpinrud about his journey into agriculture and his experience working in Guatemala with the Campesino a Campesino project. Steve tells us what he's learned about local food systems, the interplay between food, culture and activism, and farming as an act of love and connection to the land.
Rohan Arora a Gen Z activist talks about his journey from graduating high school while starting Climate Cardinals in the middle of the pandemic to beginning his university studies while continuing his work at his own ONG The Community Check-Up and as an advisor for The American Lung Association. Rohan is a source of inspiration for anyone who is looking to get involved in the climate activism space, we hope he inspires you as much as he has inspired us.
Mr. Rikihiro Aoyama, the representative director of the company Locomotive Co., Ltd., helps the world utilize pre-existing resources for a sustainable future. If you are interested in a career in the environmental sector, listen to this episode.
In this interdisciplinary discussion, Dr. Phemister and Dr. Glasser further explore the global, practical importance of strengthening one’s personal relationship with the natural world.
Animated movies with meaningful storylines can be a powerful tool to transform audiences and altogether change our opinions about nature. Joining us for this topic is conservation scientist Yuan Pan.