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Stories and insights from the frontlines of community-led conservation
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Editors
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Rare
Inspiring change so people and nature thrive. Learn more at Rare.org.
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Larissa Hotra
Telling stories to remind us that we’re all connected.
Writers
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Brett Jenks
Husband, father, conservationist. Work for http://Rare.org, which I joined as a volunteer over 20 years ago.
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Kevin Green
Sharing behavioral insights and strategies to solve big environmental challenges. Husband, father, human; in that order. Work for @rare_org, Opinions are my own
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Katie Williamson
Behavior change enthusiast, environmentalist, baker, traveler, writer
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Brooke (Sadowsky) Tully
Helping you create conservation movements that stick!
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Emily Bobrow
Regular contributor to The Economist and the Wall Street Journal, based in New York
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Larissa Hotra
Telling stories to remind us that we’re all connected.
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Ann-Kathrin Neureuther
Slow eater, fast talker. Environmentalist & nerd. Working for rare.org . Opinions inspired by many, processed by me.
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Kate Mannle
Loves the wild things and wild places. Director of Campaigning for Conservation at Rare.org.
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Shirin Wertime
Policy and Governance Advisor at Rare
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Erik Thulin
Erik Thulin is the applied behavioral science lead at Rare, a global non-profit focusing on inspiring behavior change so people and nature thrive.