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Podcast Episode 2

Podcast Episode 2

Protected Areas with Jeremy Guth

Protected Areas with Jeremy Guth

In this episode of What the f*** is biodiversity, Ann and Jeremy talk about protected areas, which are a major solution for biodiversity loss. They also discuss wildlife cores and corridors, wild animal crossings like the overpass in Banff National Park, and a design competition he launched for beautifying these structures. He also paints a picture of the scale of protected areas in Canada and what this momentous target could look like. There are many quotable moments in this episode so make sure you listen until the end.

Jeremy GuthAbout Jeremy Guth

 

Since 1999, Jeremy has been actively funding initiatives to reconnect large landscapes: in the west with the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) and in the east with the Open Space Institute’s Transborder Fund. He has been a trustee of the Woodcock Foundation since 2003 and developed the foundation’s large landscape conservation program with a particular focus on the preservation of ecological connectivity between Canada and the United States. He also served on the boards of the Earthwatch Institute of Boston and Y2Y from 2003-2009. In 2008, he initiated the ARC International Wildlife Crossing Competition with Dr Tony Clevenger and remains on the steering committee of the ARC Solutions partnership. He currently serves as the chair of the development committee for Y2Y.

About Jeremy Guth

Jeremy Guth

Since 1999, Jeremy has been actively funding initiatives to reconnect large landscapes: in the west with the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) and in the east with the Open Space Institute’s Transborder Fund. He has been a trustee of the Woodcock Foundation since 2003 and developed the foundation’s large landscape conservation program with a particular focus on the preservation of ecological connectivity between Canada and the United States. He also served on the boards of the Earthwatch Institute of Boston and Y2Y from 2003-2009. In 2008, he initiated the ARC International Wildlife Crossing Competition with Dr Tony Clevenger and remains on the steering committee of the ARC Solutions partnership. He currently serves as the chair of the development committee for Y2Y.

PROTECTED AREAS/PLACES/SPACES (NAME VARIES)

ANIMAL ROAD CROSSINGS (ARC SOLUTIONS)

ELF CROSSINGS IN ICELAND

THE NATURAL ALIEN, BY NEIL EVERNDEN, GOOD READS

AICHI BIODIVERSITY TARGETS

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