Yvonne is a Bozeman-based science writer who has written for Science, Natural History, the Atlantic Monthly, Discover, and other magazines on issues ranging from genetic engineering to climate change. In the past two decades, she has focused her reporting and writing on biodiversity and ecological change and published three books with Island Press: “The Work of Nature: How the Diversity of Life Sustains Us”; “A Plague of Rats and Rubbervines: The Growing Threat Of Species Invasions”; and “Under Ground: How Creatures of Mud and Dirt Shape Our World.”
Dr. Susan G. Clark
Susan teaches Wildlife Ecology and Policy Science at Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. She has developed a curriculum in Conservation Biology and is also interested in natural resource policy and management. The foci of her research and policy analysis efforts are the Northern Rockies of the U.S., endangered mammals of Australia, and conservation policy in Central America.