At the Jackson Wild Summit in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, ELI’s executive director Andrea Crosta had the opportunity to share ELI’s work on the Vaquita and participate in a panel about Re-wilding and endangered species along with other important figures in the field to spark conversation about the current issues that we face.
As the planet faces the threat of broad biodiversity collapse in the face of our climate change crisis, innovative approaches have helped turn the corner for some species threatened with extinction, giving good reason for hope as we work to confront daunting challenges.
The Jackson Wild Summit is an annual convening where collaboration and innovation thrive, and new ideas are launched. Cross-disciplinary conversation on the critical issues facing our planet set the state for strategic partnerships as participants work together to address conservation and environmental challenges.
Jackson Wild accelerates and elevates impactful storytelling at the nexus of nature, science and climate through innovative and collaborative gatherings, skill-building initiatives, mentorship programs and career development. Jackson Wild is an inclusive global forum, inspiring our community, celebrating excellence in storytelling that illuminates our connection to the natural world and collective responsibility to the wild.