On this month's episode of Conservation Conversations, Sean was joined by the legendary author and scientist Paul Ehrlich, known for his work in biology and population dynamics. In their discussion, Ehrlich reflects on changes in science and conservation over the last half-century, the vital importance of science communication, and society's ability to rapidly change at pivotal moments. Plus, hear how butterflies captured Ehrlich's early interest in biology.
You can learn more about Ehrlich's career in his new memoir, Life: A Journey through Science and Politics.
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