William Ripple, PhD: Environmental Effects of Human Carnivory

Updated May 16, 2016

Presented by William Ripple, PhD at the February, 2016 Advanced Study Weekend.
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William Ripple, PhD: Environmental Effects of Human Carnivory

William Ripple, PhD: Distinguished Professor of Ecology, Oregon State University, specializing in predator ecology and mammal conservation. He is a widely published researcher and a prominent international figure in the field of ecology. Dr. Ripple also studies, publishes research on and speaks about the environmental and climate effects of livestock and human carnivory (meat eating by humans). The views expressed by Dr. Ripple in this presentation may not reflect the views of his employer.