Mongabay’s reporting was cited or republished by outlets ranging from Foreign Policy to the New York Times and The Guardian among others during the third quarter of 2022.
A September feature we published about young chimps being kidnapped from a rehabilitation sanctuary and held for ransom in the Democratic Republic of the Congo led to global coverage of the crime that linked back to ours, starting with the Independent, then New York Times, Al Arabiya, CNN and many more.
Our reports were also discussed on the airwaves: our Karla Mendes appeared on Al Jazeera to discuss the shocking murders of Brazilian Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira and British journalist Dom Phillips in the Amazon, and why the area has become so dangerous.
Mongabay regularly makes its writers and editors available for interviews and speaking engagements like this, learn more and see a list of staff available for interviews here.
Numerous media outlets also chose to republish entire Mongabay features, as Quartz, Yahoo Finance, and China Dialogue did – we encourage fellow media outlets to republish Mongabay features in their own publications, and one can review our Creative Commons policies and guidelines here.
Here’s a brief selection of media outlets where the Mongabay team’s work appeared recently:
AP Direct, Al Arabiya, Al Jazeera, Australia Broadcasting Company (ABC), Business Standard, CNN, The Canary, Carbon Brief, China Dialogue, Christian Science Monitor, Civil Eats, Daily Kos, Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph, Dakota Free Press, Dhaka Tribune, Eco-Business, EcoWatch, Eurasia Review, Foreign Brief, Foreign Policy, Fox News, The Guardian, Gulf Today, The Hill, Huffington Post, The Independent, InSight Crime, KALW-FM San Francisco, Malaysia Insight, Minda News, Nature, The New Leam, New York Times, News 9 Live, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, Outlook India, Pittsburgh Business Journal, Quartz, The Quint, Scroll, Smithsonian Magazine, The Sun Daily, Sun Star Philippines, Times Now, Times of Israel, Undercurrent News, WEF, Washington Post, Western Journal, The Wire, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo News, Your Call, ZME Science.
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