Green Diary – new blog from by John Burton

 

Green Diary is a new blog in form of a diary, about what the World Land Trust (WLT) has to do in order to achieve conservation, as and when it actually happens.

John Burton, WLT’s CEO will be blogging about upcoming projects and the difficulties a conservation organisation can face when setting up and managing projects.

When abroad he’ll write from the field and he will also answer questions about the Trust, including occasionally offering career advice for budding conservationists. We hope you will like following the WLT from the ‘inside’ with Green Diary!

You can peruse John Burton’s Green Diary here »

 

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