The Future of Conservation: Lessons From the Past and the Need for Rewilding of Ecosystems
One of the most influential ecologists in the world, Professor Emeritus Anthony R.E. Sinclair’s research has included long-term studies of the Serengeti—nearly 50 years of data, and counting—to projects in Africa, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. He has explored everything from the regulation of mammal populations to the causes of migration and its consequences on ecosystem processes. His lecture here addresses the vital importance of rewilding ecosystems to preserve biodiversity and the stability of natural systems around the globe.
Anthony R.E. Sinclair, professor emeritus, University of British Columbia
Laura Prugh, assistant professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington