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Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace

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Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace

Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace

The Pace Brothers

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The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, expeditions, environmental and wildlife management. This is a podcast for everyone who enjoys the great outdoors in any form. It’s for those who care about safeguarding the planet and wildlife we share this land with.

Latest Episodes

Catherine Semcer: Wildlife trade, incentives for conservation & free market environmentalism

EMy interview today is with Catherine E. Semcer, a research fellow at the Property and Environment Research Centre. We look at the interplay between private and public land ownership and how these models work. We go on to discuss incentivizing conservation in the public good, and towards the middle of the show we dig into the global wildlife trade, and how harnessing regulated trade can address social inequality and help prevent viral spillovers into humans. Fro links: www.thepacebrothers.com

88 MIN2 d ago
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Catherine Semcer: Wildlife trade, incentives for conservation & free market environmentalism

Science Shorts: Alaska opens hunting for bear cubs and wolf pups, Jess Johnston reports

EIn this episode, I talk with Jess Johnston about recent headlines seen around the world highlighting a legislative change in Alaska which would allow for the hunting of bear cubs and wolf pups in dens. This was obviously met by a widespread outcry against the move. However, as we always try to do on the podcast, I was keen to take a step back and really understand what had happened. For links head to www.thepacebrothers.com Show partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Artwork credit Sergei Ivanov

35 MIN1 w ago
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Science Shorts: Alaska opens hunting for bear cubs and wolf pups, Jess Johnston reports

Dr Amy Dickman: Humanity and sustainability in conservation, lions, National Geographic, trophy hunting & women in conservation

EDr Amy Dickman is a Caplan Senior Research Fellow at Felid Conservation in the Department of Zoology at Oxford University, as well as sitting on the IUCN Cat Specialist Group. We dig deep into how conservation can be made sustainable in the long term, as well as the complexities of human-wildlife conflict, and the common insensitivity of conservation interactions with local communities. Amy on Twitter: @amydickman4 Modern Huntsman: www.modernhuntsman.com

81 MIN2 w ago
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Dr Amy Dickman: Humanity and sustainability in conservation, lions, National Geographic, trophy hunting & women in conservation

Behind The Lens: Derek Malou

EIn this show, I speak to Derek Malou. His work has captivated me for quite some time and as someone who enjoys country pursuits, much of his imagery is focused on the natural world, with an incredible eye for colour, composition and design. You can find him @D_malou on Instagram and the images we talk about in this show on my account, @byronjpace. This podcast is supported by www.modernhuntsman.com To support this show: www.patreon.com/pacebrothers

32 MIN3 w ago
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Behind The Lens: Derek Malou

Merlin Becker: Otterburn research, fire ecology, mountain hare populations & sustainable land management

EI sit down with Merlin Becker, who previously worked for the GWCT at their model research farm in Scotland. We discuss methods of sustainable land management tackling a wide spectrum of topics: from the Otterburn research project to the use of fire for ecological sustainability; we delve into the crossover between traditional knowledge and science and talk through the new hare counting methodology, curlew conservation and raven control. https://www.thepacebrothers.com/intothewildernesspodcast

85 MINJUN 11
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Merlin Becker: Otterburn research, fire ecology, mountain hare populations & sustainable land management

Science Shorts: Mercury in our oceans with Professor Yanxu Zhang

EIn this week's show, digging into the science of conservation, we look at the environmental issue of mercury in our oceans. Speaking with Professor Yanxu Zhang, we discuss how mercury gets into our atmosphere eventually becoming the bioaccumulative toxin methyl mercury, and this impacts oceanic food webs ending with human consumption. For full show notes visit: https://www.thepacebrothers.com/intothewildernesspodcast Support the show at patreon.com/pacebrothers

21 MINJUN 4
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Science Shorts: Mercury in our oceans with Professor Yanxu Zhang

Ryan Youngblood: Dodging bullets, civil war, conservation conflict, documentary film-making & charging elephants

EI chat with filmmaker Ryan Youngblood as we journey through just a little bit of his life and career. From hunting and conservation in the Central African Republic, to working in India, Nepal, Tanzania, DRC, to dodging bullets and bombs in Iraq, you will be left in awe of what this guy has done. We both discuss the moral conflict of documentary film making and the consideration of risk and our own mortality. It gets deep. https://www.ryanyoungblood.com/ www.thepacebrothers.com

91 MINMAY 28
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Ryan Youngblood: Dodging bullets, civil war, conservation conflict, documentary film-making & charging elephants

Behind The Lens: Max Lowe

EJoined this episode by the extraordinarily talented film director and photographer Max Lowe, we start by discussing his current film project: a documentary of his families story in a way never exposed before. Then, we take a behind the scenes dive into some of his recent fine art prints on the Modern Huntsman website. From polar bears to bison, the highest mountain on earth to the most southerly landmass on the planet, it's an audio expedition around the world.

32 MINMAY 21
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Behind The Lens: Max Lowe

Conor Knighton: National Parks, John Muir, bison, Alaska & finding yourself

EI am joined by Conor Knighton, who has just released his book Leave Only Footprints, chronicling his journey of discovery through the National Parks of North American. After learning about his background in TV, we dig into the origins of the National Parks, starting with John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt, and go onto discuss bison, hunting caribou, the rare pupfish, the recovery of the channel island fox populations and speculate as to why people move to Alaska. http://www.conorknighton.com/

77 MINMAY 14
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Conor Knighton: National Parks, John Muir, bison, Alaska & finding yourself

Science Shorts: Marine conservation & fish stocks with Daniel Skerritt

EWe dive into the complex world of marine management and conservation, discussing fish stock declines with Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Daniel Skerritt, from the Fisheries Economics Research Unit at the University of British Columbia. We talk about the role of science and how society values resources; critical elements for successful conservation outcomes. Visit www.thepacebrothers.com for more information and links.

30 MINMAY 11
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Science Shorts: Marine conservation & fish stocks with Daniel Skerritt

Latest Episodes

Catherine Semcer: Wildlife trade, incentives for conservation & free market environmentalism

EMy interview today is with Catherine E. Semcer, a research fellow at the Property and Environment Research Centre. We look at the interplay between private and public land ownership and how these models work. We go on to discuss incentivizing conservation in the public good, and towards the middle of the show we dig into the global wildlife trade, and how harnessing regulated trade can address social inequality and help prevent viral spillovers into humans. Fro links: www.thepacebrothers.com

88 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Catherine Semcer: Wildlife trade, incentives for conservation & free market environmentalism

Science Shorts: Alaska opens hunting for bear cubs and wolf pups, Jess Johnston reports

EIn this episode, I talk with Jess Johnston about recent headlines seen around the world highlighting a legislative change in Alaska which would allow for the hunting of bear cubs and wolf pups in dens. This was obviously met by a widespread outcry against the move. However, as we always try to do on the podcast, I was keen to take a step back and really understand what had happened. For links head to www.thepacebrothers.com Show partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Artwork credit Sergei Ivanov

35 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Science Shorts: Alaska opens hunting for bear cubs and wolf pups, Jess Johnston reports

Dr Amy Dickman: Humanity and sustainability in conservation, lions, National Geographic, trophy hunting & women in conservation

EDr Amy Dickman is a Caplan Senior Research Fellow at Felid Conservation in the Department of Zoology at Oxford University, as well as sitting on the IUCN Cat Specialist Group. We dig deep into how conservation can be made sustainable in the long term, as well as the complexities of human-wildlife conflict, and the common insensitivity of conservation interactions with local communities. Amy on Twitter: @amydickman4 Modern Huntsman: www.modernhuntsman.com

81 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Dr Amy Dickman: Humanity and sustainability in conservation, lions, National Geographic, trophy hunting & women in conservation

Behind The Lens: Derek Malou

EIn this show, I speak to Derek Malou. His work has captivated me for quite some time and as someone who enjoys country pursuits, much of his imagery is focused on the natural world, with an incredible eye for colour, composition and design. You can find him @D_malou on Instagram and the images we talk about in this show on my account, @byronjpace. This podcast is supported by www.modernhuntsman.com To support this show: www.patreon.com/pacebrothers

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Behind The Lens: Derek Malou

Merlin Becker: Otterburn research, fire ecology, mountain hare populations & sustainable land management

EI sit down with Merlin Becker, who previously worked for the GWCT at their model research farm in Scotland. We discuss methods of sustainable land management tackling a wide spectrum of topics: from the Otterburn research project to the use of fire for ecological sustainability; we delve into the crossover between traditional knowledge and science and talk through the new hare counting methodology, curlew conservation and raven control. https://www.thepacebrothers.com/intothewildernesspodcast

85 MINJUN 11
Comments
Merlin Becker: Otterburn research, fire ecology, mountain hare populations & sustainable land management

Science Shorts: Mercury in our oceans with Professor Yanxu Zhang

EIn this week's show, digging into the science of conservation, we look at the environmental issue of mercury in our oceans. Speaking with Professor Yanxu Zhang, we discuss how mercury gets into our atmosphere eventually becoming the bioaccumulative toxin methyl mercury, and this impacts oceanic food webs ending with human consumption. For full show notes visit: https://www.thepacebrothers.com/intothewildernesspodcast Support the show at patreon.com/pacebrothers

21 MINJUN 4
Comments
Science Shorts: Mercury in our oceans with Professor Yanxu Zhang

Ryan Youngblood: Dodging bullets, civil war, conservation conflict, documentary film-making & charging elephants

EI chat with filmmaker Ryan Youngblood as we journey through just a little bit of his life and career. From hunting and conservation in the Central African Republic, to working in India, Nepal, Tanzania, DRC, to dodging bullets and bombs in Iraq, you will be left in awe of what this guy has done. We both discuss the moral conflict of documentary film making and the consideration of risk and our own mortality. It gets deep. https://www.ryanyoungblood.com/ www.thepacebrothers.com

91 MINMAY 28
Comments
Ryan Youngblood: Dodging bullets, civil war, conservation conflict, documentary film-making & charging elephants

Behind The Lens: Max Lowe

EJoined this episode by the extraordinarily talented film director and photographer Max Lowe, we start by discussing his current film project: a documentary of his families story in a way never exposed before. Then, we take a behind the scenes dive into some of his recent fine art prints on the Modern Huntsman website. From polar bears to bison, the highest mountain on earth to the most southerly landmass on the planet, it's an audio expedition around the world.

32 MINMAY 21
Comments
Behind The Lens: Max Lowe

Conor Knighton: National Parks, John Muir, bison, Alaska & finding yourself

EI am joined by Conor Knighton, who has just released his book Leave Only Footprints, chronicling his journey of discovery through the National Parks of North American. After learning about his background in TV, we dig into the origins of the National Parks, starting with John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt, and go onto discuss bison, hunting caribou, the rare pupfish, the recovery of the channel island fox populations and speculate as to why people move to Alaska. http://www.conorknighton.com/

77 MINMAY 14
Comments
Conor Knighton: National Parks, John Muir, bison, Alaska & finding yourself

Science Shorts: Marine conservation & fish stocks with Daniel Skerritt

EWe dive into the complex world of marine management and conservation, discussing fish stock declines with Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Daniel Skerritt, from the Fisheries Economics Research Unit at the University of British Columbia. We talk about the role of science and how society values resources; critical elements for successful conservation outcomes. Visit www.thepacebrothers.com for more information and links.

30 MINMAY 11
Comments
Science Shorts: Marine conservation & fish stocks with Daniel Skerritt
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