Island Conservation profiled in The Atlantic’s Premier eBook!
Writer Amanda R. Martinez’s Battle at the End of Eden is the first eBook ever to be published by The Atlantic. The story, released on Descember 26, 2012, offers an exclusive Island Conservation biopic. Battle at the End of Edendetails how and why Island Conservation started (spoiler alert: two surfer scientist graduate students witnessing the impacts of invasive species first hand in Mexico) and follows the 18 year journey to becoming an international biodiversity conservation organization.
We invite you download the story through Amazon (for $0.99) and come along as Martinez dives into Island Conservation’s projects around the globe, challenges and opportunities, and––most importantly––breath-taking conservation results.
This story is available for your Kindle, however if you don’t have one, there are free Kindle-cloud-reader plug-ins available through Amazon for most web browsers.
Read an excerpt from the article here (for free).
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