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Vermont Public Radio: Laurel Neme talks about Legal and Ethical Questions of Big Game Trophy Hunting of Cecil the Lion

First posted on 2015-08-11       Legal And Ethical Questions Abound In Big Game Trophy Hunting  By Jane Lindholm & Patti Daniels • Jul 30, 2015  ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email LISTEN AT: In this undated photo provided by the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Cecil the lion rests in Hwange National Park, in Hwange, Zimbabwe. Two Zimbabweans arrested for illegally hunting a lion appeared…

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BCTV: Brattleboro Community Television

2014-12-01   Community TV by and for Brattleboro, Guilford, Dummerston, Jamaica, Newfane, Putney, Townshend and Vernon, VT. 2014 Brattleboro Literary Festival: Laurel Neme Video of 2014 Brattleboro Literary Festival: Laurel Neme Brattleboro Literary Festival: Lit Fest 2014: Laurel Neme TAGS: Lectures and Readings, Nature Lit Fest 2014: Laurel Neme Join Laurel Neme at the Brattleboro Museum and…

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Treehugger cites Laurel Neme’s article on Difficulties of Destroying Ivory

US to destroy 6 ton illegal ivory stockpile Chris Tackett (@ChrisTackett) Science / Endangered Species September 11, 2013 Share on Facebook  © Dan Kitwood/Getty Images If you’re starting to hear more news about elephant and rhino poaching, it’s no surprise. The wildlife trafficking crisis has been growing in recent years, but the United States seems to be gearing up…

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Conversations Live with Cyrus Webb

  Author Laurel Neme discusses ORANGUTAN HOUDINI on Conversations LIVE Host Cyrus Webb welcomed Laurel Neme to Conversations LIVE on September 10, 2014 to discuss her love of wildlife, the success of her book ANIMAL INVESTIGATORS and the new book out this year ORANGUTAN HOUDINI. Go to episode. Check Out Environment Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio…

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Orangutan Houdini by Laurel Neme

                                      Acclaimed environmental journalist, author, and consultant Laurel Neme has traveled the globe studying wildlife and collecting stories in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of protecting endangered species. Her first book, Animal Investigators, was a…

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I’m honored to receive such a great review for ANIMAL INVESTIGATORS in the Daily Monitor of Uganda, which is on the front lines of wildlife trafficking. I’m especially humbled because the reviewer is a Senior Warden Investigator for the Uganda Wildlife Authority!  

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The Wildlife: Amphibian Trade, Alejandra Goyenechea

Alejandra Goyenechea, international lawyer, discusses the global amphibian trade and its impact on rare and threatened species. She tells “The WildLife” host Laurel Neme about the benefits of frogs and the many threats – such as habitat loss, climate change, pollution, disease, and overexploitation – to their survival. Did you know frogs indicate environmental quality,…

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