Hannah MulvanyWildlife Biologist/Communications Specialist, Song & Dance Communications
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About Hannah Mulvany
I started my conservation career as a researcher/author for the Arkive online natural world encyclopedia, before managing the Wildscreen Exchange project which gives 350+ organisations across the world access to free photographs and videos for their communications. From working on this project, I developed a keen interest in conservation communications and began researching impact and technique.
I also ran the public section of the Wildscreen Festival, Witness the Wild, which is an event programme that includes a travelling bicycle-powered wildlife film cinema, the world's largest recycled and recyclable photography exhibition, and a nature-themed street art gallery. Since then, I have been running my own conservation communications business, Song and Dance Communications, but split my time 50/50 between this and field work, which mostly centres around ecosystem restoration and short-term contracts in the ecotourism industry. I also produce a seldom updated blog, which I hope to spend more time on at some point in the not-too-distant future!
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Channels contributed to:Network opportunities Diversity, equity, inclusion Podcasts & webinars (recordings)
Rooms participated in:Conservation Network of Optimists Worldwide Building our community Job opportunities Marine Conservation
Thanks for sharing, @Hannah Mulvany! What a fascinating topic. I love folklore and am excited to listen to the episode. Would you add a hyperlink to the episode to make it more easily accessible for those who'd like to hear it?
Hiya Lara - great, I hope you enjoy it! I've changed the link to a hyperlink so hopefully that works better!