What happens when a visionary wildlife biologist and an environmental program manager collaborate with a government agency and a host of other interested parties to reduce animal traffic accidents? Can both human and nonhuman lives be saved as a result? Matt Howard and Brandon Weston of Utah’s Department of Transportation describe how the answer is absolutely yes, and how wildlife is now thriving in ways the original project did not expect.
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The Other Animals, hosted by Laurent Levy, is Philadelphia’s only radio show covering all things animal related that looks at the fascinating and inconsistent way humans deal with and impact non-humans. Each week we explore a different topic in depth.
The Other Animals 22 January 2021
This week we speak with Christie Lagally, CEO and founder of Rebellyous Foods, offering leading edge alternatives to plant-based meat, guest with host Laurent Levy. Plus, writer Richard Pallardy takes us to New Guinea to listen to the curious singing …continue
The Other Animals 15 January 2021
What happens when we disrupt an ecosystem by removing predators? The outbreak of Chronic Wasting Disease in the western United States provides an all-too-real laboratory of the devastating impacts such misguided human policy wreaks. Dr. Ellen Brandell is a wildlife …continue