Hey, listener! Welcome back to Rewildology. If you’ve listened to this show before then you’re well aware that we’re not scared to talk about taboo or uncomfortable topics. If this is your first time tuning in, welcome, love that you’re here, and you’ll soon hear… Read More »Ep. 17 Show Notes | Rwanda: Dark Past, Bright Future with Anneliese Schenk
Ep. 16 Show Notes | 21st Century Conservation: Protecting Wildlife with Technology with Eric Schmidt
Hey, friend! Welcome to another episode of Rewildology. The more people I meet and talk to, the more I love seeing how we all combine our interests and talents to contribute to conservation. Today’s guest is another perfect example of using a past career in… Read More »Ep. 16 Show Notes | 21st Century Conservation: Protecting Wildlife with Technology with Eric Schmidt
Ep. 14 & 15 Show Notes | Turning Passion into Research: Elephants & Human Health with Daniella Chusyd, PhD
Hello, friends! Welcome back to Rewildology. In this week’s episodes, I’m chatting with a very interesting researcher, Daniella Chusyd, Ph.D. who is studying elephants to better understand ourselves. In Part 1, we go back in time and learn about her childhood, international experiences, and opportunities… Read More »Ep. 14 & 15 Show Notes | Turning Passion into Research: Elephants & Human Health with Daniella Chusyd, PhD
When we think about Europe, normally we envision narrow brick streets, extravagant meals, and deep history. Rarely do wild places come to mind. Romania is looking to change this. Through an elaborate rewilding campaign (which you know we 100% support), the country is creating its… Read More »Europe is creating its own Yellowstone and you won’t want to miss it.
In this week’s episodes, we’re traveling to South America and the beautiful Galapagos Islands to chat with my phenomenal friend, Josy Cardoso. Josy is a naturalist guide for Galapagos National Park and is very active in her local community. In Part 1, we chat about… Read More »Ep. 12 & 13 Show Notes | Fun in the Galapagos Sun with Josy Cardoso
Feature Image by Sohaib Ghyasi on Unsplash 22-year-old Fatima is Afghanistan’s first woman tour guide. She was tired of seeing her country only painted in a negative light, and so she began writing Facebook posts about the country she knew – not one that was… Read More »Afghanistan officially has a woman tour guide and she’s crushing social norms.
If COVID turned your life upside down like I know it has so many of us, then you’ll definitely relate to Jon’s story. Jon is a professional drummer with a very successful career touring across the US sharing his talents. But when COVID hit, all… Read More »Ep. 9 & 10 Show Notes | Musician to Conservationist with Jon Rossi
Super exciting headline, right?! After years of watching our public lands dwindle, the US government is putting it right. The House recently voted to protect millions of acres across the US as part of President Biden’s 30 by 30 Movement. This ambitious decree is Biden’s… Read More »Millions of acres protected across the US as part of the 30×30 Movement.
President Biden’s “Civilian Climate Corps Initiative” could create jobs while restoring vital ecosystems across the US.
Did you all hear about the Civilian Climate Corps Initiative? I immediately had to read more when I stumbled across an article with these exciting executive orders. Read it directly from the White House: Here are some additional resources to learn more: Executive Order on… Read More »President Biden’s “Civilian Climate Corps Initiative” could create jobs while restoring vital ecosystems across the US.
If you’re anything like me, I’m sure you’ve thought when seeing a massive cargo or cruise ship, “There’s no way that’s great for the environment.” Well, ship engineers are doing something about it. Check out the latest concept ships from builders in Sweden and France.… Read More »Wind-powered ships are the next wave in ocean cruising.