Justine Shanti Alexander is Regional Ecologist for the Snow Leopard Trust. She has spent the last eight years dedicated to snow leopard conservation from China to Mongolia, India, Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. In this Talk at Google, Justine discusses her snow leopard research & her work with local communities that share the snow leopard's habitat. From tracking snow leopards to protecting livestock from predators, hear how the Snow Leopard Trust is saving snow leopards.
About the Snow Leopard Trust:
Founded in Seattle in 1981, the Snow Leopard Trust is the world's oldest & largest organization dedicated to the conservation of the snow leopard. The Trust works in five key range countries & aims to conserve the snow leopard and its mountain ecosystems through community-based conservation, rigorous science and education. The Trust takes a holistic approach to snow leopard conservation with the understanding that we cannot protect the species without the help of the people who share its habitat.
Learn more at https://www.snowleopard.org
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