Meet some of the world's most exclusive bloggers on Conservation issues
Bizymoms has chosen some of the world’s top-notch bloggers who are maintaining hugely popular blogs to discuss everything related to conservation. Bizymoms recognizes these wonderful men and women for their great endeavor to reach out to humanity using the extraordinary power of blogging in such a positive way. This is an exceptional series of interviews with these bloggers to get an insight into their bright minds, and to understand what they stand for when it comes to conservation. This series comes exclusively from Bizymoms for its reader community. Check it out and learn something new and unique from each of these world-class bloggers.
As a "closet environmentalist" from way back, Maureen O'Connor launched her blog three years ago as a natural extension of her life experience. Today, along with her husband, friends and family, The Alternative Consumer highlights all aspects of a he
Larry West is an award-winning environmental journalist, opinion-shaping blogger and co-author of Frommer's 500 Places to See Before They Disappear. He believes that protecting and preserving our natural environment depends on learning to use resourc
Dr M, aka Craig McClain is the Assistant Director of Science for the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center. He is the author, editor and founder of Deep-Sea News.
Kevin is a researcher at the Marine Conservation Molecular Facility at Duke Universit
Darryl Walter, Director of Membership Marketing and Conferences Darryl Walter joined The Wildlife Society as Director of Membership Marketing and Conferences in August 2008. Darryl is a seasoned strategist with a record of success in association mark
Sally Wren is the project co-ordinator for the EDGE Fellows Programme, she is responsible for managing and developing the capacity building aspect of the EDGE of Existence. This supports aspiring in-country conservationists who carry out research on
David Shiffman graduated with distinction in Biology from Duke University in 2007. He is now a Masters in Marine Biology candidate at the College of Charleston, and his research focuses on the feeding ecology and conservation of sandbar sharks. He wr
Marc Cadotte is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Toronto-Scarborough and in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto, having completed his PhD at the Universit