Mongabay’s reporting was cited in the second quarter of 2021 by outlets ranging from The Washington Post to South China Morning Post, Science, Forbes, Grist, Smithsonian and the Swiss Broadcasting Service.
Numerous media outlets also chose to republish entire Mongabay features, as Smithsonian, Rappler, Hakai and Earth Island Journal did: we encourage fellow media outlets to republish Mongabay features in their own publications, and one can review our Creative Commons policy and guidelines here.
Our reporting was also discussed on the airwaves: Mongabay editor Karla Mendes appeared on the BBC for her investigation of palm oil’s advance in the Amazon, and on the syndicated Public Radio International show Living on Earth – heard on 250 U.S. radio stations – where she discussed the corruption allegations that led Brazil’s environment minister to step down. Staff writer Malavika Vyawahare was also interviewed by Sea Change Radio about her investigation of the Indian Ocean tuna fishery: this show is heard on over 70 U.S. radio stations.
Mongabay regularly makes its writers and editors available for interviews and speaking engagements like this, learn more and see a list of staff available for interviews here.
Here’s a brief selection of places where the Mongabay team’s work appeared during the second quarter of 2021:
ASEAN Today, Augusta Free Press, BBC, Bloomberg, Business Insider, Brazzil, CNN, CNN-Philippines, The Canary, Carbon Brief, Center for American Progress, Christian Science Monitor, Climate Home News, Common Dreams, Counterpunch, Daily Mail, Daily Star, Dialogo Chino, Digital Journal, The Diplomat, ESG Channel, Earth Island Journal, EcoBusiness, Engineering & Technology Magazine, Environment News Source, Epigram, Eurasia Review, FirstPost, Forbes, Forests News, Fox News, Gadgets Now, Geographical Magazine, Global Voices, Grist, Gulf Today, Hakai Magazine, The Hill, The Indian Wire, Inhabitat, InSight Crime, International Business Times, Joe, LA Progressive, MSN, MTV News, Mashable, Morning Ag Clips, NBC Los Angeles, NPR-Morning Edition, National Catholic Reporter, National Post, Nature, Nature World News, The New Leam, The New York Post, The New Republic, New Security Beat, The New Yorker, News 18, The News Minute, NewsClick, Newsroom, Newsweek, Now This, ((O)) Eco, People Magazine, Philippine Canadian Inquirer, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Public Radio International, Pulitzer Center, Quartz, Rappler, Science, Science Times, Scroll, SFist, Sea Change Radio, Sentient Media, Shawnee News Star, Sierra, Smithsonian Magazine, South China Morning Post, The Sun, Spectator-Australia, The Swaddle, Swiss Broadcasting Service, TRT World, Times Now News, UNILAD, United Press International, Vice, Vox.com, WBFO-Buffalo, WESA-Philadelphia, WGCU-Fort Myers, WJCT-Jacksonville, Washington Newsday, Washington Post, The Wire, World Economic Forum, Yahoo Entertainment, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo News, Yale Climate Connections, and Yale Environment 360.
Banner image: Elephant calf in South Africa by Rhett Butler.