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11. Performative conservation: What's wrong with showing off? (Adam Welz)

June 2021

 

These days some very impressive-sounding conservation projects are catching the public eye, from massive tree-planting initiatives to high-profile urban greening. They capture the headlines and they capture the imagination. But do they deserve the level of attention and adulation that they receive? Or should we be a little more discerning as conservationists and the public, and pay a little more attention to the details?


Someone who has looked into these questions is Adam Welz. He is a writer, photographer, filmmaker and self-proclaimed conservation theorist with an uncompromising approach to conservation.




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Russ Finley
Russ Finley
07 giu 2021

Podcast not working on my browser (Chrome)

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André Mader
08 giu 2021
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Hi Russ. Sorry to hear that. I opened the episode on Chrome (on my Mac) and the embedded player (above) worked fine. I also tried all of the podcast platform links (below) and there was no problem with any of them. So, I am afraid I'm not sure what the problem might be. I suggest that, if you used the embedded player, you try the podcast platform links - and vice-versa. I hope that helps. Andre.

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