Episode 3

Adapting at the World Wildlife Fund

Guest: Dr. Nikhil Advani

Broadcast July 25, 2016
In this episode, the host, Doug Parsons has a lively discussion with Dr. Nikhil Advani, Senior Program Manager for Adaptation at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Dr. Advani will answer questions ranging from: will pandas become an invasive species in future climates (short answer: no); what is the difference between adaptation in the U.S. and developing countries; WWF’s innovative ‘crowdsourcing’ program; how does a famous global conservation group like WWF communicate a complex subject like adaptation and much much more.
For more information on WWF’s innovative Crowdsourcing initiative, visit here.

 

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