In this weeks episode of #ConservationCrossroads we're gorilla-ing two experts working on the front line of Great Ape conservation!
We start by talking with Courtney Morgans from The University of Queensland about Orangutan conservation in Indonesia. We speak with Dr Johannes Refisch from the Great Ape Survival Partnership (or GRASP) to provide us with the bigger picture of the status of great ape conservation and why the United Nations has gotten involved in their protection.
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To learn more about Courtney Morgans' research on Orangutan conservation in Indonesia find it here -> http://bit.ly/2K8sWCd, and catch her "NGO Collaboration" paper here -> http://bit.ly/2K8kClW
For more information about Dr Johannes Refisch's work click here -> http://bit.ly/2K8krHi and more information about GRASP can be found here -> http://www.un-grasp.org/
Music and editing in GarageBand.
Cover Photo: Blake Alexander Simmons