Through interviews and incredible footage, Saving a Flyway shows how an enlightened understanding of the value of coastal wetlands in the Yellow Sea—combined with collaboration among academics, NGOs, local communities, and governments—has turned what scientists feared would be an “epicenter of extinction” into a story of hope for millions of migratory shorebirds along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.
Our esteemed panel provided their unique perspectives on the significance of this example and how it can inspire others around the world as countries prepare to forge a new international framework to slow and halt biodiversity loss at the UN Conference on Biological Diversity in Kunming, China, in October.
Date and Time
Thursday, May 20 | 9pm ET/8pm CT
Friday, May 21 | 9am China/10am Korea
Wendy Paulson, Vice Chairman of the Paulson Institute and Chairman of the Bobolink Foundation
Premiere sneak peek of Saving a Flyway
Cui Shuhong, Director General, Ecological Conservation Department of Ministry of Ecology and Environment, China
Discussion moderated by Wendy Paulson
Clare Fearnley, Ambassador of New Zealand to China
Robert Kaler, Chairman of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership
John Fitzpatrick, Executive Director, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Vice Chairman of the Paulson Institute and Chairman of the Bobolink Foundation PaulsonInst
Chairman of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership EAAFP
Executive Director, Cornell Lab of Ornithology CornellBirds