Dr. Pete Coppolillo
Pete has worked on topics, ranging from water policy and international development assistance to certification of local green development projects. He has served on the boards of American Working Dogs for Conservation, the Laguntza Foundation, Wildlife Conservation Society’s “Living Landscapes” and founded the Ruaha Landscape Program, Tanzania and coordinating WCS’s Conservation work in the Yellowstone Rockies of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Pete has studied raptors, large herbivore ecology contributed to conservation efforts in Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Congo, Cambodia, He authored scientific publications in Science, Conservation Biology, Human Ecology, PLOS Medicine and Biological Conservation, and is co-author of “Conservation: Linking Ecology, Economics and Culture. He lives in Bozeman, Montana with his wife, two kids, two dogs, a cat and a python.