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Emily Daniels | WiseOceans

Conservation Careers Podcast

Release Date: 03/16/2020

Colin Speedie | Marine Conservation show art Colin Speedie | Marine Conservation

Conservation Careers Podcast

We speak with yacht skipper, author and marine conservationist Colin Speedie. Colin has had a lifelong involvement with the sea and its inhabitants. He's an expert on basking sharks in his own boat since childhood.

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Jordan Flagel | TREE show art Jordan Flagel | TREE

Conservation Careers Podcast

Jordan Flagel is the Executive Director and Founder of TREE, whose mission is to provide life changing experiences in nature and actionable change in the environment.

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André Mader | The Case for Conservation podcast show art André Mader | The Case for Conservation podcast

Conservation Careers Podcast

André Mader is the host of The Case for Conservation Podcast and a Programme Director at the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.

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Andre Mader | The Case for Conservation podcast show art Andre Mader | The Case for Conservation podcast

Conservation Careers Podcast

André Mader is a Programme Director at the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies and host of The Case for Conservation Podcast.

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Elliot Connor | Human Nature Projects show art Elliot Connor | Human Nature Projects

Conservation Careers Podcast

Elliott Connor is a 17 year old Australian popular science writer, presenter, producer, and so many other things. He's best known for founding the International Environmental NGO Human Nature Projects, which supports volunteers across 104 countries and established that within just the last 15 months alone.

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Dr Yemi Oloruntuyi | Marine Stewardship Council show art Dr Yemi Oloruntuyi | Marine Stewardship Council

Conservation Careers Podcast

Dr Yemi Oloruntuyi is Head of the Global Accessibility Program at the Marine Stewardship Council. In this podcast she shares her career story beginning in Lagos, Nigeria, to where she is now a key part of an organisation seeking to save three in ten of all fisheries within the next 10 years.

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Anthony Ochieng |Tony Wild show art Anthony Ochieng |Tony Wild

Conservation Careers Podcast

Anthony Ochieng, or Tony Wild, is a Kenyan-born wildlife ecologist, conservation photographer, traveller, educator and explorer. He has earned many awards for his photography of conservation projects, helping educate and communicate African conservation issues.

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Beth Thoren |The National Nature Service  show art Beth Thoren |The National Nature Service

Conservation Careers Podcast

Beth Thoren is Deputy CEO of Client Earth, and someone who's spearheading a huge and exciting drive to create 20,000 jobs in nature through a new National Nature Service.

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Dr. Kerry Kriger| SAVE THE FROGS! show art Dr. Kerry Kriger| SAVE THE FROGS!

Conservation Careers Podcast

Dr. Kerry Kriger is the Founder and Executive Director of SAVE THE FROGS!, which helps save threatened frogs, toads, newts, salamanders and caecilians across the world.

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Sue Searle | Ecology Training UK show art Sue Searle | Ecology Training UK

Conservation Careers Podcast

We explore ecological consultancy, a practical, well paid and highly trained area of conservation, by speaking with Sue Searle, CEO of Ecology Training UK. Sue has over 17 years experience of ecological consultancy and has helped hundreds of people to get the right training to enter into the sector.

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Would you love to work in marine conservation but you don't know where to start? Are you struggling to find work or do you dream of switching your career into Blue Planet conservation?

During this podcast we're speaking to Emily Daniels from WiseOceans. Emily has always had a sense of adventure and this led her to traveling to Australia at the age of 18, where she began her career in marine conservation. And as a PADI instructor she has worked in marine conservation operations and research station management in countries including Indonesia, the Philippines, Honduras and the Seychelles. Now Emily works for WiseOceans now overseeing all aspects of sales, promotion and recruitment for marine conservation organisations through the Wise Work job board.

During the podcast we discuss the types of roles available within the vast marine conservation sector. We also chat about the typical roots in and, as always, she shares her career advice on how to become a marine conservationist. So if you'd like to be the next Jacques Cousteau or Sylvia Earle, stay tuned.