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The Secret Life of Conservationists A Compilation of Stories by Lonely Conservationists

By: Jessie Panazzolo(Contributor), Renuka Kulkarni(Editor)
220 pages
The Secret Life of Conservationists
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  • The Secret Life of Conservationists ISBN: 9780645240207 Paperback Sep 2021 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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The Secret Life of Conservationists is a compilation of stories from members of the global online community, Lonely Conservationists.

On the heels of her autobiographical journey outlined in How to Conserve Conservationists, Jessie Panazzolo provides this book as a platform for other voices to add to the narrative of what it really means to be an advocate for wildlife and natural spaces.

In an industry that is often glamorised by the media, this book holds space for individuals from diverse nations to speak on the commonalities of working in conservation around the world. Touching on mental health, isolation and resilience, this is a poignant read that will open your eyes to the un-glamorous world of nature conservation.

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By: Jessie Panazzolo(Contributor), Renuka Kulkarni(Editor)
220 pages
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