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André Mader | The Case for Conservation podcast

Conservation Careers Podcast

Release Date: 11/24/2020

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In this episode we’re speaking with Dr Stephanie Schuttler from the world of Fancy Scientist.

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Jordan Flagel | TREE show art Jordan Flagel | TREE

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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

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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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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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Today we're speaking with the host of The Case for Conservation podcast, and Programme Director at the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, André Mader.

André is a conservation biologist by training and he's worked mostly in biodiversity policy, first in his native South Africa, and then also in Canada, Switzerland, and then also Japan.

During the podcast, we talk about the role of policy and strategy in wildlife conservation efforts, with agreements like the Convention on Biological Diversity seeking to influence governments globally to develop more sustainably.

We also hear about his thoughts on podcasting, and advice he'd give to people like you seeking to follow in his footsteps. It's a really thoughtful, wide-ranging and engaging discussion. As always, enjoy.