When we think about the biggest problems we face in conservation today, it’s important we look at the complex networks that these issues are connected to.
These major problems are not the fault or success of one intervention, they require that we appreciate their complexity. To make a systemic change we have to look at the chain of events, even the seemingly minor connections, to understand where best to put our efforts. This requires the work of people with lots of different and diverse backgrounds.
If we want to make a change for the species facing extinction, it takes a community of knowledgable people each with their own areas of expertise coming together over a common goal.