Mongabay in the news, November 2018

Our reporting appears in places far beyond the bounds of our main website and additional language subdomains when other outlets republish, quote from, or re-report our findings. Highlights from this past month include Phys Org, the big science, research and technology news aggregator, picking up Mongabay’s news of publishing of a peer-reviewed study demonstrating that public interest in the environment–from biodiversity to climate change–is increasing.

Numerous Mongabay reports were also republished in their entirety last month, including one about China’s recent restoration of a ban on rhino and tiger parts, at the International News Lens. Mongabay publishes on a Creative Commons basis and encourages media outlets to republish its features in their own publications [learn how to do this here].

Here’s a selection of outlets our reporting appeared in during November 2018:

Asia Times, Asian Correspondent, BioBio Chile, Business Standard, CANIndiaChiapas Paralelo, City Paper-Bogota, El Ciudadano, El Comercio, The Conversation, Courrier International, Daiji World, Dan’s Papers, Dariya News 5, EJU-TVEco-BusinessEcowatchEarth.comEarth Island Journal, Environmental Health News, Epoch Times, EurekAlertFirst Post, The Hans India, IFL Science, India Blooms, India New England News, Indigenous News, International News Lens, La Mula, Lado B, MENAFNMPA News, Manorama Online, Millennium Post, Morung Express, My News DeskNDTV, National Herald, New Kerala Times, Newsheads India, O Eco, Ojo Publico, Orissa Post, Outlook India, Pacific Standard, Phys Org, La Prensa GraficaPublimetro, Quartz, The Quint, The Revelator,, Science Advances, Scroll, La Semana, The Statesman, Truthout, El Universal, Veja, The Wire, Yahoo News, and Yeşil Gazete.

Banner image: Tiger in Cambodia by Rhett A. Butler