“Korea rolls back decision to resume scientific whaling”: Korea Times, July 18th

Although containing some puzzling figures on whale numbers and claimed impacts on fisheries, this Korea Times/Yeonhap News article at least contains one decision that (if confirmed) can actually be celebrated by the conservation community: Great work by those who … read more

BirdLife: “Ramsar COP11 concludes on a high – but key wetlands still threatened”

“With Wetlands International and the East Asia-Australasia Flyway Partnership, BirdLife held a successful side event to highlight the rapid loss of tidal flats along the East Asia-Australasia Flyway, especially critical stopover sites for migratory waterbirds. This led to constructive dialogue … read more

Podcast interview: TN92 Nial Moores of Birds Korea on the Yellow Sea and Minke Whales

Talking Naturally Podcast TN92: “A conversation with Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea, about waterbirds and the IUCN’s recently released report titled “IUCN situation analysis on East and Southeast Asian intertidal habitats, with particular reference to the Yellow Sea (including … read more

새, 사람, 습지의 이야기에 다녀와서

김산하 박사님, 2012.07.09 저는 라는 작은 모임을 만들어 활동하고 있는 김산하라고 합니다. 마이크로하비타트는 한국말로 미소서식지라는 뜻인데, 하나의 서식지 안에서 어떤 생물이 구체적으로 필요로 하는 작은 공간과 조건들을 의미하는 생태학적 용어입니다. 저희는 자연을 보전하는데 기여하기 위해 과학과 이야기가 어우러진 콘텐츠를 … read more