Host to Host: Wildlife Conservation through Podcasting with Jack Baker – Feb 21

Jack Baker is the creator of Pangolin: The Conservation Podcast, a show which celebrates the stories of under-appreciated species and amplifies the voices of underrepresented groups. He is also a passionate speaker and conservation educator, who works for both the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Having previously completed an MSc in Conservation Studies at the University of St Andrews, he recently began a PhD at the University of Edinburgh where he is studying the impact of living collections of the Climate and Biodiversity Crises.

We’re going to be chatting with Jack about his podcast, and how we as communicators create meaningful, impactful content that engages people with wildlife and the natural world.

You can find Jack’s podcast on social media:

@PangolinPodcast on all platforms

@onlyjackbaker for his personal twitter account