Communities, conservation, and cross-sector climate action
In this episode of Upwell, we speak with renowned conservationist Kristine Tompkins, president and cofounder of Tompkins Conservation, an organization that has created millions of acres of national parks and protected countless species throughout South America.
In the conversation, we discuss the process and future of conservation, delve into what it means to "rewild" nature, and explore the importance of cross-sector climate action and community-driven conservation.
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Watch the documentary Wild Life about Kristine and her late husband, Douglas.
Read more about the work of Tompkins Conservation on their website.