Mongabay’s original reporting is republished and referenced widely by other media outlets in multiple languages, most recently in the BBC to Jakarta Globe and La Semana. In March, Mongabay broke stories like the grounding of a cruise ship on a world-renowned reef in Indonesia, which then appeared in The Guardian and thereafter at BBC, Yahoo News, and many others. Then the news that celebrated musician Paul Simon’s new tour will benefit conservation initiatives of the E.O. Wilson Foundation appeared at Mongabay, and this news was reported on by Rolling Stone, Billboard, and many other entertainment, pop culture, and general interest news outlets afterward. Plus the findings of numerous other articles from ongoing Mongabay series also appeared widely as usual.
Here’s a selection of where our reporting turned up this month:
AOL News, Africa Insider, Alternet, Asia Pacific Report, Asia Times, BBC News, BBC Mundo, Billboard, Courrier International, Daily Collegian, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Daily Mail, Eco-Business, Ecowatch, The Ecologist, El Espectador, Eurasia Times, Frontier Myanmar, Gizmodo, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Humanitarian News, IFL Science, The Independent, Inhabitat, The Intercept, International News Lens, Jakarta Globe, La Nacion, The Malay Mail, Malaysia Digest, Maritime Executive, Mashable, Mekong Eye, National Geographic, New Security Beat, Pacific Standard, Periodista Digital, La Prensa, Publimetro, RPP Noticias, Rolling Stone, Scroll, Seattle Times, Semana, Straits Times, Truthout, Vice, Viet Nam News, The Wire, Xposé, and Yahoo News.
Image: capybaras on a beach in Colombia, by Rhett A. Butler