A roundtable with Conservation Optimism

3:30PM – 4:15PM

Friday 27th November 2020

Wild nature and species have declined by 70% over the last 50 years, so what do we have to feel optimistic about? Join this roundtable to find out what optimism means to the Conservation Optimism team, how they are using their optimism as a powerful tool to reframe the conservation narrative and how we can all put it into action and empower others to act for nature.

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Cheli Sinclair

Cheli Sinclair is the Director of Conservation Optimism, and also works on Networks and Engagement for London-based conservation charity Synchronicity Earth. Her work focuses on empowering people around the world to meaningfully connect with wildlife and nature in ways that promote positive action.

Twitter: @chelisinclair

Instagram: @chelisinclair


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Nina Seale

Nina Seale is a conservation writer and social media specialist working for Synchronicity Earth and Conservation Optimism.

Twitter: @hirundonova


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Trisha Gupta

Trisha Gupta is a marine researcher working on the conservation and sustainable fisheries of sharks and rays in India. She will be starting her PhD on this subject at the University of Oxford in 2021.

Instagram: @trisha0405

Twitter: @Trisha_0405


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Megan Cromp

Megan Cromp is a wildlife biologist and the founder and director of Key Conservation.

Twitter: @MeganCromp


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Sofia Castelló y Tickell

Sofia Castelló y Tickell focuses on creative communications for Conservation Optimism, co-hosting the Good Natured podcast and the Good Natured short film festival. She is a PhD student in Zoology studying human-made reefs at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science at the University of Oxford.

Twitter: @SofiaAtSea


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