Conservation Director of a Wilderness advocacy group.
"Please adopt incentives for smaller families to help solve global warming and the host of other population and consumption driven issues."
Sire of All Crises
Former editor of Wild Earth magazine and Biodiversity Program officer of the Foundation for Deep Ecology.
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John Davis is Conservation Director of a regional Wilderness advocacy group in the East, and a volunteer land steward for a valley-to-mountains wildlife corridor. He serves on the boards of directors of the Wildlands Project, RESTORE: The North Woods, Eddy Foundation, and Wild Farm Alliance, and is a fellow of The Rewilding Institute. He also serves as volunteer land steward for the Eddy Foundation in Split Rock Wildway, a wildlife corridor linking Lake Champlain with the Adirondack mountains to the west. John has also been an editor of many conservation publications. We was editor of Wild Earth magazine during the early 1990s, and then served as Biodiversity & Wilderness program officer at the Foundation for Deep Ecology in the late 1990s. John lives with his wife and step-son and three indoor cats in the Champlain Valley of the eastern Adirondack Park. He explores wild places every chance he gets, and believes the long-term well-being of these wild places will depend largely on humanity's willingness to curtail our population growth.
(Organizational affiliations listed for purposes of identification only.)