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Wildlife in a Changed World -
Wildlife Industry, Trade and Trafficking in the Americas and the Risks to Public Health
June 3, 2020, Professionals in wildlife care, management and policy discuss wildlife-health regulations, wildlife pathogens and potential human exposure risks across the Americas. Panelists: Vanda Felbab-Brown, Ph.D. , Brookings Institute; Meredith Gore, Ph.D., Michigan State University; Paul Reillo, Ph.D., RSCF/FIU.
Wildlife in a Changed World - China's ban on wildlife trade/consumption
May 11, 2020, Experts in wildlife conservation, wildlife economy and international policy discuss the scope of current regulations, the human component and the future of wildlife trade. Panelists: Hong Liu, Ph.D., FIU; BinBin Li, Ph.D., Duke Kunshan University; and Wuying Lin, Guangxi Biodiversity Research and Conservation Association.
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Wildlife in a Changed World - Wildlife Trade
May 4, 2020, Experts in wildlife conservation, wildlife economy and international policy discuss the scope of current regulations, the human component and the future of wildlife trade. Panelists: Dr. Paul Reillo, RSCF/TCI; Dr. Vanda Ferar-Brown, Brookings Institute; and Dr. Sue Lieberman, Wildlife Conservation Society.
Wildlife in a Changed World - Parrots in Crisis
April 2020: Experts in parrot conservation and zoonotic disease discuss challenges related to the future of parrot conservation in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Panelists: Dr. Paul Reillo, RSCF/TCI; Dr. LoraKim Joyner, One Earth Conservation; Juan Carlos Cantu, Defenders of Wildlife Mexico; Dr. Daniel Lebbin, American Bird Conservancy
November 2019 RSCF founding board member, Dr. Richard Estes, discusses with Curtis Abrams of The Ecologist how wildebeest impact the Serengeti, and his life-long commitment to wildlife conservation.
2018 Hope for the Wild Conservation Series - Michele Miller, DVM
Based full-time in Kruger National Park, Dr. Miller is actively involved in wildlife research and conservation and has a passion for all things “big and gray.” She has developed a life-long commitment to provide better welfare for human-managed animals and conservation of wild populations.
Down to Earth speaks to conservation icon George Schaller about his life, accomplishments, and the road ahead for wildlife conservation.
RSCF Board Member George Amato, PhD, discusses his career and what influenced him to become a molecular biologist focused on saving endangered species.