Mongabay in the news, Autumn 2020

Mongabay’s reporting was cited by outlets ranging from Popular Science to CNN, Quartz, Dhaka Tribune, Fodor’s Travel and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences recently. Also our new partners at Now This published a video on pangolins based on our reporting.

Numerous media outlets also chose to republish entire Mongabay features, too, like The Pulitzer Center did. We encourage fellow media outlets to republish Mongabay features in their own publications, one can review our policy and guidelines here.

Here’s a brief selection of places where the Mongabay team’s work appeared during Autumn (in the North) 2020:

ABS-CBN News, ASEAN Today, AllAfrica.com, Asia News, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Breitbart, CNN, Chemistry World, Christian Science Monitor, Common Dreams, The Connecticut Mirror, Daily Beast, Daily Express, The Daily Mail, Daily FT, Daily Maverick, The Desert Sun, Deutsche Welle, Dhaka Tribune, The Diplomat, Earth Island Journal, EcoBusiness, The Ecologist, El Desconcierto, Fodor’s Travel, Global Investigative Journalism Network, Ground Up, Gulf News, Gulf Today, The Hindu, India.com, India Times, Inhabitat, KITV-4 Honolulu, MIT Technology Review, MSN, National Catholic Reporter, Nature, The New Leam, New Security Beat, News 18, The News Minute, Newsroom, Now This News, PBS – Public Broadcasting Service, Popular Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, Quartz, Radio Free Asia, Reveal, Society of Environmental Journalists – SEJ, SFist, Science Alert, Science Times, Scroll, Smithsonian Magazine, Telecino, Tempo Magazine, Twin Cities Pioneer Press, USA Today, Vice News, The Wire, Yahoo News, Yahoo Voices, and Yale Environment 360.

Banner image of Corona the pangolin at Manyoni Reserve appeared with the Mongabay feature about her rescue and rehabilitation, and is courtesy of Casey Pratt/Love Africa Marketing.

 

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