Mongabay in the news, from the NY Times to the Times of London

Mongabay’s reporting was cited or republished recently by outlets ranging from the New York Times to the Times of London, Straits Times, Smithsonian, Southern Living, Euronews and Ethiopia 24 among many others in late 2021.

Our content was also discussed on the airwaves: Brazil-based editor Karla Mendes appeared on BBC program Business Daily to discuss the situation with Brazil President Bolsonaro and deforestation in the Amazon, while CEO Rhett Butler was heard on Public Radio International show Living on Earth, providing his perspective on the Glasgow Declaration announced at the COP 26 climate treaty negotiations. Staff writer John Cannon also appeared on WORT-FM in Madison, WI, discussing his series on the great carbon- and biological-richness of the Congo peatlands.

Mongabay regularly makes its writers and editors available for interviews and speaking engagements like this, learn more and see a list of staff that do interviews here.

Numerous media outlets also chose to republish entire Mongabay features, such as Quartz, UOL, EFE, and Scroll 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 places where the Mongabay team’s work appeared in late 2021:

BBC, Christian Science Monitor, Circle of Blue, Common Dreams, Counterpunch, The Diplomat, Discover, EFE, EcoBusiness, EcoWatch, Ethiopia 24, Eurasia Review, EuroNews, Greenbiz, Gulf Today, The Hill, Indonesia 24, InSight Crime, LiveScience, Living on Earth, Malay Mail, Namibia 24, National Catholic Reporter, National Public Radio, Nature, New York Times, Now This News, Outlook India, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Popular Science, Public Affair, Public Radio International, Quartz, The Quint, Radio Free Asia, Scroll, Smithsonian Magazine, Southern Living, Speak up for Blue Podcast, The Straits Times, Times of London, Treehugger, UOL, WORT-FM, The Wire, Yahoo Entertainment, Yahoo News, and Yale Environment 360.

Banner image: Capybaras in Colombia, photo by Rhett A. Butler for Mongabay.