Maya speaks with Marcus Wernicke, one of the longest volunteers at the Marine Mammal Rescue location in Vancouver, about threats facing many ocean mammals and how Marine Mammal Rescue helps by rescuing and often releasing them back into the wild.
Maya speaks with Simon Morgan, the Co-founder and executive trustee of Wildlife ACT, about how ACT helps prevent further poaching of endangered species in North and South Africa through community outreach and wildlife monitoring.
Maya speaks with Dr. Tara Stoinski, the CEO, President, and Chief Scientific Officer of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, about what DFGF does to protect African Gorillas and their new exciting Earth Day announcement.
Maya speaks with Louie Psihoyos, famous director of award-winning documentaries such as “The Cove” and “Racing Extinction” about the importance of influential conservationists and their impact on society.
Maya speaks with Sonam Tashi Lama, a representative of Red Panda Network who became involved in the organization after contacting its founder who was studying red pandas in his remote area within Nepal.
Maya speaks with Shah Selbe, an engineer with 10 years of experience in spacecraft propulsion engineering who started his own non-profit organization in order to answer the question ‘how can technology play a bigger role in conservation?’.
Maya speaks with Dr. Dani Rabaiotti, a postdoctoral researcher at the Zoological Society of London who studies the impacts of climate change on African Wild Dogs. Dani is also a New York Times Bestselling author of “Does it Fart?”
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