Mongabay in the news, June 2020

Our team’s reporting appears regularly beyond the bounds of the main website and multiple language subdomains when other outlets cite it in part, or republish it whole, via our Creative Commons license.

Some noteworthy recent citations include in a Washington Post op-ed  about the plight of Amazon communities during the pandemic, a note in USA Today about our deep sea mining coverage, and a quote in top Indian politics and culture magazine Caravan’s obituary for the noted scholar, activist, poet and lawyer, Abhay Xaxa.

Media outlets that chose to republish our features in full via the Creative Commons during this time ranged from Pulitzer Prize-winning Inside Climate News to top Philippine news site Rappler and In These Times, among others. We encourage fellow media outlets to republish our features in their own publications, too, one can review our policy and guidelines here.

Here’s a selection of places the Mongabay team’s work appeared during June 2020:

Africa News Agency, Al Jazeera, Asia Pacific Report, Augusta Free Press, BBC Science Focus, CBS News, Caravan, Counterpunch, Eagle Daily Standard, Eco-Business, EcoWatch, FirstPost, Forbes, Fox News, Guardian, IOL, In These Times, Inside Climate News, Irish News, Live Science, MSN, Newser, Rappler, The Scottish Sun, Scroll, Smithsonian, The Sun, Treehugger, USA Today, Unearthed, Vice NewsWashington Post, and The Wire.

Banner image: A rock hyrax or ‘dassie’ in Namibia, image by Rhett Butler for Mongabay.

Author: Erik Hoffner

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