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Slow and steady wins the race: social justice for turtle conservation

Note: the full story is published on Conservation Careers. You can read it here.

Jordan (pronouns: he/him) is an ecologist, conservation activist, science communicator, and project coordinator for COPROT, Communidad Protectora de Tortugas de Osa, a community-based turtle conservation program on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Jordan is also the founder of One Planet Conservation Awareness, an online platform supporting conservation organisations with raising awareness and funds for their projects through short films and conservation focused tours. Jordan shares his experience navigating the conservation space to work dream job after dream job, and his advice for anyone looking to do the same!

Slow and steady wins the race: social justice for turtle conservation | #itsawildlife

To read more tips and advice, check out the Conservation Careers blog post!

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Want to hear more from Jordan? Tune into the podcast to listen to our conversation or you can find Costa Rica Turtle Program, COPROT on Instagram and their website, and One Planet Conservation Awareness on both Instagram and their websites as well.

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