How can we save species? A live Q&A
Do you have questions about how to save species?
At this Q&A, we asked Jon Paul Rodríguez, who spoke about ‘Reversing the Red’; Mariana Martinez del Rio, who worked on the project ‘Women of the Land: conservation of golden eagle in Mexico‘; and Dan Danahar, a teacher at the Dorothy Stringer School who spoke about ‘Butterflies as agents of change within a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve’ your questions about what we can all do to help save species and increase biodiversity.
This Q&A session was aired live at 8pm on Thursday 1 April and was chaired by Mike Maunder.
The Director of the Cambridge Conservation Initiative, Mike Maunder, celebrates how people around the world are bringing species back from the brink. Screening from Thursday 1 April.
Find out from Venezuela's leading conservation biologist and chair of the Species Survival Commission how conservation efforts are saving endangered species - from sea turtles and tree kangaroos to one of the world's rarest pines - and hear about his vision for enhancing conservation capacity around the world. Screening from Thursday 1 April.
Women of the Land tells the story of a group of women in a natural area in Mexico, who, inspired by their children, decide to get involved in the conservation of the golden eagle. Screening from Thursday 1 April.
How school children and their inspiring teacher created an extraordinary reserve for butterflies in the heart of their campus - and have gone on to use butterflies as flagships for conservation from Sussex to Ghana. Screening from Thursday 1 April.