Interviews2022-06-16T16:46:33+00:00

Interviews

Caleb Ofori-Boateng, Herp Conservation Ghana
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The range of people we talk to – conservation scientists and researchers, artists, community leaders, philanthropists and people who simply care for the natural world – is a reminder that you don’t have to have a scientific background to play a part in conserving nature.

We hope these interviews with nature champions from across the globe and from all walks of life inspire you as much as they do us.

Our Interviews

Read interviews with our partners and allies and dive deeper into their – and our – work.

What is agroforestry?

What is agroforestry?

6 minutes read

The agroecological systems of farmers, growers, and Indigenous Peoples everywhere have shaped and cared for landscapes f (...)

An interview with Nemonte Nenquimo

An interview with Nemonte Nenquimo

12 minutes read

Nemonte Nenquimo is an Indigenous leader of the Waorani people in the Ecuadorean Amazon province of Pastaza, one of the (...)

Meet Dr Pria Ghosh

Meet Dr Pria Ghosh

9 minutes read

Pria Ghosh joined the Synchronicity Earth research team in October 2020. With her expertise in amphibian conservation an (...)

An Interview with Miriam Supuma

An Interview with Miriam Supuma

15 minutes read

Miriam Supuma has been working for over ten years with conservation organisations in Papua New Guinea, a country that co (...)

Beyond carbon: nature’s big moment

Beyond carbon: nature’s big moment

10 minutes read

For the third in our series of Deeper Thinking webinars, Beyond Carbon: nature’s big moment, we had the privilege of l (...)

The home of a frog orchestra

The home of a frog orchestra

14 minutes read

An Interview with Dr Caleb Ofori-Boateng, Founder of Herp Conservation Ghana Dr Caleb Ofori-Boateng was the first formal (...)

A driving force for ocean conservation

A driving force for ocean conservation

11 minutes read

An Interview with Dr Amanda Vincent, winner of the Indianapolis Prize, 2020 Dr Amanda Vincent has been a driving force f (...)

Turning a lens on community-based conservation

Turning a lens on community-based conservation

10 minutes read

Chris Scarffe is an environmental filmmaker who has been lucky enough to work in some of Earth’s most unique and diver (...)