The Edit, Episode #5: A Conversation About Conservation and the Future of Public Lands - Pacific Standard

The Edit, Episode #5: A Conversation About Conservation and the Future of Public Lands

On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, contributing writer Jimmy Tobias discusses his reporting on extinction, extraction, and environmental justice.
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The two bluffs known as the Bears Ears stand off in the distance in the Bears Ears National Monument on May 11th, 2017, outside Blanding, Utah.

The two bluffs known as the Bears Ears stand off in the distance in the Bears Ears National Monument on May 11th, 2017, outside Blanding, Utah.

Varun Nayar interviews Pacific Standard contributing writer on conservation and the environment Jimmy Tobias. The conversation covers special interest groups, starting a new civilian conservation corps, and why there may not be much appetite in Washington, D.C., to preserve public lands.

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Varun Nayar interviews Pacific Standard contributing writer on conservation and the environment Jimmy Tobias. The conversation covers special interest groups, starting a new civilian conservation corps, and why there may not be much appetite in Washington, D.C., to preserve public lands.

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