Conservation Science Shouldn’t Be All About Us

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Media Type: Article - Recent

Date of Publication: November 13

Year of Publication: 2020

Publication City: New York, N.Y.

Publisher: Psychology Today

Author(s): Marc Bekoff Ph.D.

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“We live in a time that may in the future be called The Great Dying.” —David Johns

It’s my pleasure to offer this interview with conservation activist, political scientist, lawyer, and strategist Dr. David Johns about the invaluable and forward-looking essays in his book Conservation Politics: The Last Anti-Colonial Battle.1 His words are an excellent sequel to two previous pieces about the perils of human-centered conservation, Do Individual Wolves Care If Their Species Is on the Brink? and The Personal Side of Extinction: The Case of Orca Scarlet.

Read the full interview here.

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