The case for more women in conservation

TBA people
8 April 2015

Conservation would benefit if more women were actively involved. That is the message from TBA Director Dr. Rosie Trevelyan, who was featured on the popular BBC Radio 4 programme, Woman’s Hour, on March 18th. Rosie discussed issues around gender and conservation, the difference women would make in practice and what needs to be done to increase the number of women taking careers in conservation.  Click here to listen to what Rosie had to say.


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