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Joanna Eede

Features, Environmental and Travel writer - Editorial Consultant, Survival International

Joanna Eede is a writer and author with a particular interest in the relationship between man and nature, and tribal peoples. She has created and edited three environmental books, and writes for newspapers and magazines on subjects such as the repatriation of wild Przewalski horses to Mongolia, the whales of the Alboran sea, the chimpanzees of the Mahale rainforest, uncontacted tribes of the Amazon and the Hadza hunter gatherer people of Tanzania. Future projects include a book about Tibet’s nomads.

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