Mongabay’s reporting was cited in the first quarter of 2021 by outlets ranging from The Washington Post to NASA, Grist, Smithsonian and The Independent. Our new partners at Now This also published a video about how Indigenous cultures are key to protecting Amazon biodiversity, based on our reporting.
Numerous media outlets also chose to republish entire Mongabay features, too, like The Wire did. We encourage fellow media outlets to republish Mongabay features in their own publications, one can review our Creative Commons policy and guidelines here.
Our content was also discussed on the airwaves: frequent Mongabay reporter Tiffany Higgins appeared on the syndicated Public Radio International show Living on Earth – heard on 250 U.S. radio stations – to discuss her recent feature about the Belo Monte dam’s massive ecological and social impacts.
Here’s a brief selection of places where the Mongabay team’s work appeared during the first quarter of 2021:
ASEAN Today, Access Utah, Berkeley Daily Planet, Brazzil, The Canary, China Dialogue, Christian Science Monitor, Common Dreams, DeSmog, Down to Earth magazine, EcoWatch, Eco-Business, Eurasia Review, The Federal, Geographical, Grist, The Hindu, The Independent, India Climate Dialogue, Indian Express, Inhabitat, InSight Crime, The International New Lens, Interpress News Service, Kashmir Times, LiveScience, Living on Earth, MSN, Mic.com, Mint, Myanmar Times, NASA Earth Observatory, Nature, NewsLaundry, The News Minute, Newser, Nikkei Asia, Now This, Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, Prevention, Politico, Public Radio International, Pulitzer Center, Quartz, Radio Canada International, The Revelator, Salon.com, Science Magazine, Scroll, Sea Change Radio, Smithsonian, The South African, Treehugger, The Trumpet, Tucson Sentinel, UCA News, USA Today, Universal News, Utah Public Radio, Vice News, The Washington Post, The Wire, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo News, Yahoo News-Voices, Yale Environment 360, and ZME Science.
Banner image: Giant praying mantis in West Papua. Image by Rhett A. Butler for Mongabay.