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WWF Conservation Insiders Series

Exclusive Conversations with WWF Experts and Leaders

As one of our closest supporters, we invite you to take advantage of the exclusive opportunity to participate in live conversations with WWF’s expert staff. These scientists and leading thinkers offer a behind-the-scenes view of WWF’s innovative work around the world to protect nature for the future of wildlife and humans. Hear their stories and contribute your own insights to the conversation.

Questions about the program? Contact Brie Wilson at calls@wwfus.org or 202-495-4315.

Previous Webinars & Conference Calls


headshot of Eric Becker Headshot of Colby LoucksTech Solutions to Protect Wildlife

With Eric Becker, Conservation Engineer, Wildlife Conservation,
Colby Loucks, Senior Director, Wildlife Conservation
May 2017

Eric and Colby discuss how WWF is using innovative solutions like thermal cameras, acoustic detection software, and unmanned aerial vehicles to stop poachers in their tracks and keep ecologically important species—including elephants and rhinos—safe.

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headshot of Lou LeonardWWF’s Climate Strategy & the People’s Climate March

With Lou Leonard, Senior Vice President, Climate & Energy
April 2017
Lou provides a preview of what to expect at the People’s Climate March and how WWF is approaching climate policy in the current political environment. Hear how we can sustain the momentum toward a sustainable future that includes investments in clean energy.


headshot of Ginette HemleyBuilding on 2016 Wildlife Wins

With Ginette Hemley, Senior Vice President, Wildlife Conservation
January 2017
Ginette discusses recent victories for some of Earth’s most iconic and beloved species, from tigers to elephants, rhinos, sharks and pangolins—and examines what these successes mean for the future of wildlife conservation and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

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headshot of Rachel KramerPeople & The Island of Lemurs

With Rachel Kramer, Senior Program Officer for Wildlife Conservation and TRAFFIC, WWF-US
October 2016
Rachel discusses how growing demand for resources is driving deforestation and the illegal wildlife trade on the world’s fourth largest island—and how WWF is working together with Madagascar’s people to create a sustainable future.

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headshot of Shubash LohaniNepal: Small Country Big Impact

With Shubash Lohani, Director of Sustainable Landscapes, WWF-US
May 2016
Shubash discusses how this small Himalayan country is leading the fight against wildlife crime and spotlights how the lessons learned there are helping other countries protect not just rhinos, but also elephants, tigers and other vulnerable species.

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headshot of Carter RobertsProtecting our Planet in 2015

With Carter Roberts, President and CEO, WWF-US
December 2015
Carter Roberts recounts our conservation successes from 2015 and looks to the year ahead, including a discussion about the UN climate negotiations in Paris and how WWF is working to combat climate change.

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headshot of Barney Long Headshot of Dennis JorgensenStories from the Field

With Barney Long, Director of Species Conservation and
Dennis Jorgensen, Bison Initiative Coordinator, Northern Great Plains.
October 2015
Barney and Dennis discuss WWF’s species recovery work, including on-the-ground efforts to protect and restore iconic species like tigers, bison, and rhinos.

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Headshot of Michele KurucOur Fish: Our Planet

With Michele Kuruc, Vice President, WWF-US
May 2015
Michele discusses WWF’s work to combat black market fishing, how illegally caught seafood ends up on our dinner plates, and what each of us can do to ensure the fish we eat wasn't stolen from the sea.

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Carter RobertsProtecting Our Planet in 2014

With Carter Roberts, President and CEO, WWF-US
December 2014
Carter Roberts looks back at conservation success stories from 2014 and looks ahead as WWF embarks on a new path to take our work to the next level.

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Meg SymingtonProtecting the Amazon for Life

With Meg Symington, Managing Director, Amazon
September 2014
Meg discusses WWF’s long-standing commitment to the region and how your support helped us broker one of the biggest conservation wins in history: a deal to permanently secure the world’s largest network of tropical forest protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon.

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The Green Heart of Africa

With Matthew Lewis, Senior Program Officer for African Species, WWF-US Wildlife Conservation Program
June 2014
Matthew discusses what makes the Congo Basin special and how WWF is working to empower local communities to protect their natural resources, collaborate across borders to curb wildlife crim and recover iconic species.

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Martha KauffmanWWF in America's Backyard

With Martha Kauffman, Managing Director of WWF's Northern Great Plains program
March 2014
Martha discusses WWF's efforts—in partnership with Native American tribes, local ranchers and public land managers—to restore and enhance wildlife in ways that benefit the people and honor the cultures of the region.

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Carter RobertsProtecting Our Planet in 2013

With Carter Roberts, WWF-US President and CEO
December 2013
Carter Roberts discusses our successes from the past year as well as the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Tigers in the wild

With Dr. Barney Long, Director, Species Protection and Asian Species Conservation
October 2013
Barney discusses how tiger recovery in places like Nepal’s Bardia National Park is helping us meet our goal of doubling the number of tigers in the wild by 2022.

This Sacred Earth

With Dekila Chungyalpa, Director of WWF's Sacred Earth Program
July 2013
Dekila discusses WWF's work with diverse faith communities to protect wild places and animals through our Sacred Earth program.

The State of Conservation: WWF in 2012

With WWF’s President and CEO, Carter Roberts
December 2012