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Conserving Our Natural History - The Modern-Day Battleground?

Chrishen Gomez, Wildlife/Conservation Biologist

16-Nov-20 15:00

Conserving Our Natural History - The Modern-Day Battleground?

Chrishen Gomez is a wildlife biologist, who's currently the research manager for the Bornean Carnivore Programme, by the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University, where he has been studying some of the most elusive carnivores in the jungles of Borneo. A winner of the Merdeka Award Grant for International Attachment 2019, Chrishen joins us to discuss his areas of research, and to share why he believes the fight to protect our natural history and conserve it, is our modern-day battleground.

Image Source: Chrishen Gomez 

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs, Teo Xing Yu

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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Categories:  EnvironmentScience

Tags:  The Bigger PictureEarth MattersChrishen GomezBornean Carnivore ProgrammeWildlife Research and Conservation Unit at Oxford UniversityWildCruConservationMerdeka AwardSunda Clouded Leopard

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