Mongabay in the news, January 2019

The biggest impression for Mongabay in the news this January came from the paper our team published in the journal Science about the ways bioacoustics can help monitor forests. This finding was picked up by writers at New Straits Times plus at Quartz and Mashable and international wire service UPI among others.

Our reporting appears like this in places beyond the bounds of our main website and its multiple language subdomains when other outlets republish, quote from, or re-report our findings. Other instances in January included a mention of our reporting by the Washington Post in reference to the record sale of a bluefin tuna in Japan, which was picked up widely.

Mongabay reports are also regularly republished in their entirety under its Creative Commons license, and encourages media outlets to republish our features in their own publications [learn how to do this here].

Here’s a selection of outlets our reporting appeared in during January 2019:

Asia TimesThe Assam Tribune, Common DreamsEco-BusinessForbesMalaysiakiniMashableThe News Minute, Pacific StandardLa PrensaQuartzResumen LatinoamericanoReutersScroll, SmithsonianThe Star, Stars and Stripes, Straits Times, United Press International, Washington PostWBFO-Buffalo, and Yahoo News.

Banner image: Pacific bluefin tuna by Rhett A. Butler

Author: Erik Hoffner

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