Communicating through films and books
Extinction: The Facts
BBC Documentary presented by Sir David Attenborough (2020)
Liz Hadly provided her expert testimonial for this BBC documentary presented by Sir David Attenborough.
With a million species at risk of extinction, this hour-long film explores how this crisis of biodiversity has consequences for us all, threatening food and water security, undermining our ability to control our climate -- and even putting us at greater risk of pandemic diseases.
The film will premiere in the US on March 31 2021, at PBS.org
Public talks and lectures
Liz Hadly explains the Impacts of Climate Change on Yellowstone.
How to take action
Consensus for Action
We established ConsensusForAction, a scientists' consensus for how to keep Earth healthy. Thousands of people have signed on - we hope you will, too. ConsensusForAction aims to: 1) Communicate what the science says about climate change, extinctions, ecosystem loss, pollution, and population overgrowth, and 2) Stimulate the interactions between science, government, business, and you that are needed to solve these global problems.
Read the One-Pager Endorse the Statement
- Liz Hadly on Twitter
- Bad & Bushy - a podcast by two of our grad students