The Hive Podcast; Episode 7 - Behaviours in Nature

Episode 7 of The Hive features Professor Rick Stafford (from Bournemouth University), Erik Kramer-Webb, who lives and works in the Joshua Tree National Park, and Lucy McRobert, Author of 365 Days Wild joins us again to discuss the impacts and solutions to people's behaviour in natural spaces

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Join us as we explore how negative environmental behaviours impact nature and conservationists, and what solutions are out there. Featuring Professor Rick Stafford from Bournemouth University (check out more from Rick in episode 1), Eric Kramer-Webb, who works within the Joshua Tree National Park in California, and Author of 365 Days Wild and founder of A Focus On Nature; Lucy McRobert.
Cars using off-road areas during the 2019 Government Shutdown in the Joshua Tree National Park
This episode will be of interest to both conservationists and non-conservationists; hear about the trials and tribulations, those working in conservation have been dealing with, and how we may be able to turn the tide on these behaviours.
This is the penultimate episode of The Hive, please get in touch with Mollie or myself if you have enjoyed listening.

Brian Heppenstall

Lecturer in Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation, Kingston Maurward College

I lead and deliver a part-theory, part hand-on course in Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation at Kingston Maurward College, on the South Coast of the UK. I have managed Rangers and Engagement staff and overseen species and habitat management for over 20 years, but my passions are around people and conservation. From writing bids for engagement projects/roles to developing the future workforce, I believe the key to a brighter ecological future lies with people. I received the Alumni of the Year Award from Bournemouth University, in 2018, nominated for my work in supporting young people in Conservation, and our team have developed an industry standard placement scheme. I am also the co-host of a Conservation podcast; The Hive.

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