Mongabay’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.
Our team is interviewed by other media outlets, too: editor Karla Mendes was interviewed by WORT-FM in Wisconsin about how COVID-19 is affecting indigenous communities in Brazil, while staff writer Liz Kimbrough appeared on a program syndicated to 70+ U.S. radio stations about air quality during the pandemic, and gorilla conservation.
Some noteworthy citations include a New York Times story about the Amazon, a Newsweek article about the plight of captive elephants in Thailand during the pandemic, a Foreign Policy feature about coronavirus in Nicaragua, this Smithsonian story about an amazing frog, a letter to the top journal Science that used two Mongabay features to back its argument for protecting Indigenous peoples in Brazil from COVID-19, and a New Yorker feature that also referred to Mongabay’s coverage of the coronavirus in Brazil.
Media outlets that chose to republish our features in full via the Creative Commons during this time ranged from Quartz, Rappler, In These Times, and Environews Nigeria to The Florida Bulldog. 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 more places the Mongabay team’s work appeared during April and May:
ARY News, ASEAN Post, ASEAN Today, Asia Pacific Report, Brazzil, Business Insider, CPJ Press Freedom News, The Catholic Register, China Dialogue, Christian Science Monitor, CleanTechnica, Common Dreams, Counterpunch, The Diplomat, Daily Express, Daily Mail, Dialogo Chino, EcoBusiness, The Ecologist, Ecowatch, Environews Nigeria, Eurasia Review, The Express, Florida Bulldog, Foreign Policy, Gizmodo, The Guardian, Gulf Today, Gulf News, Huffington Post, IFL Science, In These Times, The Independent, Inter Press Service, LADbible, LankaWeb, Latin Post, LiveScience, Malaysian Insight, Mashable, Mother Nature Network, NASA Earth Observatory, The New Leam, New York Times, The New Yorker, The News Minute, Newsweek,Open Democracy, Philippine-Canadian Inquirer, Popular Science, Public Affair, Pulitzer Center, Quartz, RTBC,Rappler, Science, Science Times, Scroll, Sea Change Radio, La Semana, Sierra magazine, Slate,Smithsonian magazine, La Stampa, Stuff, Trinidad & Tobago Guardian, UNILAD, UOL, UNPO News, USA Today, WORT-FM, The Wire, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Lifestyle, ZME Science, and Zimbabwe Daily.
Banner image of a capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) in Brazil’s Pantanal region by Rhett A. Butler for Mongabay.