Welcome Dr. M Sanjayan:
We’re joined on the Starline by CEO of Conservation International and host of “Life at the Waterhole” on PBS. We welcome Dr. M Sanjayan.
Sanjayan let’s go Beyond the Mic, you’re a global conservation scientist whose work spans a wide area from genetics to wildlife migration to nature’s impact. How has your time growing up in Asia and West Africa changed the way the view nature?
Putting together “Life at the Waterhole” wasn’t an easy affair. What were some of the challenges that you faced as this project started to come together?
How has climate, conservation and sustainability improved and degraded over the last ten years?
The Rockin’ 8:
Time is running out, so it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind.
There is no Pressure.
1. Favorite meal when you are on safari?
2. What is the biggest fish you caught fly fishing?
3. First place you go when you visit a zoo?
4. Favorite place to vacation?
5. Yes or no? Will someone win the Earthshot prize in the next 3 years?
6. Last bird you saw when you went birding?
7. Last book you read?
8. What’s your next challenge?
How can humans help sustainability in the future?
One Big Question with Dr. M. Sanjayan.
Is our planet doomed or can we still save our blue marble?
CEO of Conservation International and host of “Life at the Waterhole” on PBS Dr. M. Sanjayan, thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.
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