Conservation Voices is a series of live events that feature leading voices in conservation who present critical research, discuss the latest topics and highlight the work that SCB groups, partners and members are doing. Groups can use this series as a tool and channel to get feedback from members, highlight and communicate the work they’re doing, establish a stronger connection with members, and increase member involvement. Have a suggestion for a webinar topic or a referral for a potential presenter? Contact us!
Our webinars may focus on the following themes:
- Professional development webinars, on topics like careers in conservation biology, how to submit a successful abstract, etc. that provides professional development resources to our members.
- Research related webinars, that allows a member to share their research and methods with our wider membership.
- Region, Working Group or Chapter webinars that enable SCB groups to share any ongoing projects, conferences, awards, work, etc. with our membership and encourage interested parties to get involved in their work.
All of our past webinars are also available on our Vimeo page:
- Conservation behavior: A fearful prespective with Dr. Blumstein
- Communicating science: Key takeaways from 20+ years running Mongabay with Rhett Butler
- The importance, opportunities and challenges of deepening integration of crime and conservation sciences with Meredith Gore
- #Career: Social Media for Researchers with Joanna Bagniewska
- COVID-19 highlights the need for more effective wildlife trade legistlation with Amaël Borzée, Kit Magellan, Ben Marshall and Lindsay Porter
- Taking advantage of the 'omics' revolution for monitoring and conservation of wildlife populations with Shaili Johri
- Learn about the Latin America and Caribbean Section
- Landscapes and those who inhabit them - and overview of IFAW's work within the Southern African Region
- Using marketing and outreach strategies to achieve conservation goals with Brooke Tully
- The uncertain future of protected lands and waters with Michael Mascia
- The one plan approach: The what, why and how of effective, integrated species conservation planning with Kathy Traylor-Holzer and Phil Miller
- A wild solution to climate change with Thomas Lovejoy