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Wildlife Speakers

Here you will find keynote speakers, who all are able to talk about Wildlife. Click on the individual keynote speakers and read more about them and their keynotes.

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Speakers about wildlife (9)

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Adrian Grenier

Adrian Grenier, renowned actor turned sustainability advocate, inspires audiences with insights on environmental stewardship and corporate responsibility.

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Discover Adrian Grenier, acclaimed actor and sustainability leader, offering transformative keynotes that inspire action. With insights on corporate responsibility and environmental stewardship, Adrian empowers organizations to embrace...

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Sarah Roberts

Sarah is a passionate wildlife biologist specializing in shark sensory systems. She has spent most of her career working with big iconic predator species in challenging environments.

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Sarah is a wildlife biologist turned eco-journalist, content creator and public speaker. Her experience working with iconic predator species and her passion for storytelling led her to start her YouTube channel, 'Sarahsrealjob', where she documents...

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Wade Davis

Expert in anthropology and botany at Harvard, he travels the globe to live alongside indigenous people, and document their cultural practices in books, photographs, and film.

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Wade Davis is Professor of Anthropology and the BC Leadership Chair in Cultures and Ecosystems at Risk at the University of British Columbia. Between 2000 and 2013 he served as Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society. Named by the...

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Levison Wood

A respectable adventurer, Levison Wood is a person with the ability to transfer his global adventures into leading TV specials. From winning Travel Book of the Year to Walking the Nile, he captivates audiences with his epic tales from 100+ countries.

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Levison is a British icon with many hats: an explorer, photographer, author, etc. He has worked tirelessly traversing the world and documenting his travels like no other. Needless to mention that his work has been featured internationally in some of...

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Niall McCann

Dr Niall McCann is a National Geographic Explorer focusing on anti-poaching and the illegal wildlife trade, with ongoing projects in Africa and Latin America.

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Outside of work, Niall is a seasoned adventurer who has rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, skied across Greenland, cycled over the Himalayas, and been on multiple rock climbing and mountaineering trips around the world....

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Felicity Aston MBE

As the first woman to traverse across Antarctica on skis, Felicity Aston joined the ranks of those who've overcome the seemingly impossible. In 2012, the skier braved challenging conditions to ski 1084 miles alone.

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A climate scientist and polar explorer, Felicity Aston is the first woman to ski across Antartica alone. Felicity's record-breaking excursion across the Antartica in 2012 set the stage for encouraging 10 women to ski across the Middle East and...

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Kerstin Plehwe

Change agent, corporate happiness expert, serial entrepreneur and best-selling author with extensive leadership experience

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Keynote speaker Kerstin Plehwe is a sought after opinion leader, serial-entrepreneur, best-selling author and promoter of new approaches to leadership and change. As a longtime top-advisor to corporate and political leaders, premier TV analyst and...

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Robert D. Ballard

President of Ocean Exploration Trust (OET) and professor best known for his 1985 discovery of the Titanic

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Our keynote speaker Robert D. Ballard has a unique profile. An explorer, discoverer and historian, Dr. Ballard’s fascinating journeys can teach us a great deal about our past, and they have encouraged others to take tremendous strides in the...

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Estienne de Beer

Wildlife Motivational Speaker and Leadership Coach on a mission to coach, motivate, and develop successful leaders

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Popular motivational keynote speaker Estienne de Beer is guaranteed to set your next conference or event on fire. "Meerkat Motivation for the Marketplace" teaches us how the meerkats' success behaviours can be applied in the corporate world....

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About Wildlife

  • Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems. Deserts, forests, rain forests, plains, grasslands, and other areas including the most developed urban sites, all have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually refers to animals that are untouched by human factors, most scientists agree that all wildlife around is affected by human activities. 
  • Many countries have established their tourism sector around their natural wildlife and attract several tourists throughout the year. Wildlife has also for a long time been a common subject for educational television shows, and wildlife has therefore been portrayed for millions of viewers and the aspect of wildlife being untouched is not as common in modern society.
  • Keynote speakers have personal experiences with wildlife and have on many occasions had intensive contact with wild habitats and animals. Keynotes can focus on the world of nature and cover topics such as teamwork, and how to succeed when faced with a daunting challenge.
  • Other keynotes can focus on the conservation of wildlife and the importance of preserving wild habitats.
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