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Series Two Trailer: Conservation

Marika Bell 9 October 2021 8


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Ultimately when humans talk about conserving diversity whether that be animal or plant we’re also talking about conserving ourselves and preserving the lifestyles that we want for our children.

This series we take a wide-ranging look at a variety of aspects of conservation as it pertains to how humans interact with other animals.

We’ll be talking to the CEO of Born Free USA, a leading wildlife charity that opposes the exploitation of wild animals in captivity, the owner of K9 conservationists an organization that trains dogs to detect endangered or invasive plants for animals, how to be a humane gardener in your own backyard, salmon habitat restoration and more! Our discussion on conservation will take us across the United States and all the way to New Zealand!

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Humans interact with animals every day of our lives. Even those without pets interact with animals in various ways: diet, wildlife, the clothes they wear. Even most medicines use animals in testing or in the medicine itself. This is a podcast about Anthrozoology: the study of interaction between humans and non-human animals.

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