These extraordinary volunteers and professionals that include conservationists, outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife specialists make it possible for Conservation Mag to make a difference by driving environmental change.

Adam Greenpage

Desktop researcher and full-time writer. Adam is a environmentalist and nature-lover who mostly spends his time online. Living through other people's adventures, regularly wishing he could join in.

Adriaan Buys

Founder/Editor of holds a PhD in Environmental Management. Get in touch for research consulting, speaking and colaborations.

Andrei-Alexandru Mihail

MSc student at University College London with a passion for the environment. He has extensive experience in freelance article writing, focusing on biodiversity, climate change and the living world.

Clifford Roberts

As a full-time writer, Clifford curses and cultivates his short attention span and insatiable curiosity. Lately, he’s occupied with agriculture, travel and playing the ukelele.

Daire Carroll

Daire is a PhD student living in Scotland. He studies how plants interact with beneficial bacteria and have an MSc in conservation from Kew Gardens and BSc in plant Science from Trinity College Dublin.

Diane McLeish

Diane is a freelance writer and lives in Kenya on the shores of Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley. She has travelled extensively especially in sub Saharan Africa.

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