Conservation

Conservation

Good Evening, Dasho Benji!

Good Evening, Dasho Benji!

Hilary Faxon, second place winner of our 2014 Emerging Environmental Writers Contest, profiles the life and activism of a Bhutanese conservationist.
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Conservation

Nature Compensates

Nature Compensates

SAGE Magazine sits down with Peter Kareiva, Chief Scientist of The Nature Conservancy, to discuss why he see nature as resilient, not fragile. Photo by Kike Calvo.
by × November 7, 2013 × 2 comments

Activism, Conservation

The Adventures of Shark Stanley and Friends: Official Book Release

The Adventures of Shark Stanley and Friends: Official Book Release

Shark Stanley was already the star of a grassroots conservation campaign and an international celebrity. Now he’s the hero of a children’s book, too. Sage Magazine takes an exclusive sneak peek.
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Actions, Conservation

(photo by Mauro Burzio)

Paying for Prevention: Dr. Ivonne Baki on Ecuador’s Novel Conservation Plan

Ecuador has asked the international community to put it's money where it's mouth is. Dr. Ivonne Baki talks to Sage about her country's audacious plan, and how being an artist and a woman is helping her get the word out.
by × November 29, 2012 × 0 comments

At Yale, Conservation, Ecosystems

Wild Things, They Make His Heart Sing

Wild Things, They Make His Heart Sing

Jamie Williams, president of the Wilderness Society, talks to Sage about preserving large landscapes, working with stakeholders, and staying persistent in the face of conservation challenges.
by × October 8, 2012 × 1 comment

Conservation, Human Landscape, Out West

Presence in Absence: The Lengths We Go to Leave No Trace

Presence in Absence: The Lengths We Go to Leave No Trace

While restoring an old ranch site in Idaho's Selway-Bitteroot to wild land, forester Shane Hetzler ponders what we are talking about when we are talking about wilderness.
by × October 2, 2012 × 0 comments