Jeff is joined by Leila Salazar-López, the Executive Director of Amazon Watch. Leila has been fighting for the world’s rainforests, human rights, and social justice for more than 20 years; she took the helm of Amazon Watch in 2015.
We also speak with SEE Turtles director Brad Nahill, discuss Conservation Refugees, and quiz you about Thai Noodles.
Have a listen!
Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 4:
Amazon Watch: amazonwatch.org/about
Campaign to end Amazon crude: amazonwatch.org/take-action/end-amazon-crude
Brad Nahill / SEE Turtles: seeturtles.org
Conservation refugees story: ethicaltraveler.org/2017/05/how-to-champion-community-rights-while-on-a-nature-vacation
more info: mitpress.mit.edu/books/conservation-refugees
For all ET News stories with Natalie Lefevre, please visit: ethicaltraveler.org/posts
Magic Buddhas story — Lao-Seang-Tean from Thai Dulcimer Solo (khim)
Podcast Theme Music — Energizer by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
Closing music — Hali Halisi by Tanzanian composer Msafiri Zawose, from his album Uhamiaji
Additional music by Jef Stott
Geo Quiz-zine #2:
Q – In her 2003 book Stiff, best-selling science writer Mary Roach traveled to China to investigate rumors of a strange culinary delicacy. What was this alleged snack?” A: Still up for grabs!!
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