SHARON GUYNUP


Environmental Public Policy Fellow


Author. Journalist. Photographer. Editor. Multimedia Producer. Speaker.

 




 
    
 

Tigers Forever, co-authored with award-winning National Geographic photographer Steve Winter, melds images of tigers and their secret behaviors with insights into why one of the world’s most iconic species is facing extinction--and describes extraordinary efforts to save them.


Published by National Geographic Books.  www.tigersforeverbook.com 

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                                  What Tiger King Doesn’t Show

                           

                              

                                 The Tigers Next Door

                                 How Syrian Zoo Animals Escaped A War-Ravaged City


                                 African great ape bushmeat crisis intensifies

                                 Kaziranga: the Front Line of India’s Rhino Wars

                                 Controversial policy could spur tiger trade in China       

                                 Proposed Trump policy threatens Critically Endangered Grauer’s gorilla              

                               

                                 Exclusive: Tiger Temple Accused of Supplying Black Market

                                 Chaos, Questions Surround Temple as Tigers Seized               

                                 More Controversy for Tiger Temple

                                 Months After Raid Tiger Temple, Plans for Offshoot Zoo Forge Ahead

                                                      

                                                        China’s Threat to Wild Tigers

   

                                                        Is India Selling Out Its Tigers?


                                   As Asian Luxury Market Grows, A Surge in Tiger Killings in India

                                                    

                                  São Paolo Trafficking: Smuggling Brazil’s Wildlife

                                  Saving the Greater Sage Grouse

                                  US a Major Destination for Trafficked Latin American Wildlife

                                  Pangolins in Peril


                                                         Speaking For Tigers: A Call to End Asia’s Illegal Trade   


                                   The City Where Bear Paw Soup is What’s for Dinner

                                                                                                

                                   Poaching for Chinese Markets Pushes Tigers to the Brink

                                   

                                              A Cautionary Tale: Tar Sands Oil and Health


                                              Congress Stalls as Evidence of Fracking  Harm Mounts


                                                            The Pollinator Predicament






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As a journalist, author, National Geographic Explorer and Global Fellow at the Wilson Center,  Sharon researches and writes on wildlife, ecosystems and the threats they face, with a focus on wildlife trafficking, conservation initiatives and zoonotic disease. She also covers energy, climate change and environmental health and pollution issues. Sharon photographs, produces multimedia, does pubic lectures--and works as contributing producer on TV and documentary projects.


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