Press

Ongoing National Geographic Voices Blog on Planetary Health
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Newsweek: Fate of Madagascar’s Ruffed Lemurs and Rainforest
National Geographic: Madagascar’s Lemurs Could Lose Their Rainforest by 2080
National Geographic Genographic Legacy Fund: Voices from the Field
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Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO): Non-Wood Forest Product Newsletter
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Google Hangout with Elementary Classrooms from the Bronx Zoo’s Madagascar Exhibit
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National Geographic. Christopher Golden: Health of Planet, People Linked [with 3 minute video!]
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National Geographic Live! Explorer’s Presentations [15 minute video from the inauguration of new Explorers]
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ENSIA– Christopher Golden: On the Frontlines of Health and the Environment
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WCS– New Study Draws Links Between Social Conflict and Wildlife Declines
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NPR National Geographic weekend 
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Golden’s National Geographic Emerging Explorer Bio
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National Geographic’s 2014 Class of Emerging Explorer’s is Announced
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The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation press release
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The next big idea in forest conservation? Linking human health to environmental degradation
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University of Alaska- press release: Death by moonlight? Not always
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Harvard Gazette: New Insight on Wild Nights
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National Geographic Learning presentation: http://vimeo.com/61813241
National Geographic: Best Moments of 2012
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Ao Raha: Voka-pikarohana — Maro ny Malagasy mihinankinam-poana
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Harvard Gazette: Unearthing a dietary behavior
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Basyvava- Pica: Mihinana ny Tsy Fihinana
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Dirt Diet Not Just a Female Thing
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La Nation: Maro ireo mihina zavatra tsy sakafo
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National Geographic Society: Guess Who’s Eating Dirt?
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National Geographic Society: Weird & Wild- Why People Eat Dirt
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National Geographic Explorer of the Week!
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Harvard Gazette: Health Care Savings, Naturally
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National Geographic Explorer
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“Snacking on Bushmeat”- Interview on NPR
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Harvard Magazine: A taste for extinction
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