Gwyneth is immensely curious about the way the Earth works. An Environmental Biology graduate, she is particularly interested in environmental issues and the many ways in which human beings are intertwined with the natural world.
Julia is a freelance data journalist, data visualization designer/developer and cartographer with a focus on environmental issues, biodiversity conservation, democracy and human rights. Julia is from the U.S. and Taiwan, and currently lives in Paris. Her academic background is in conservation biology, entomology, remote sensing and Japanese. Julia is also currently working on Taiwan Data Stories as a side project.
The Jane Goodall Institute (Singapore) (JGIS) is a non-profit charity organisation (RROS 1066/2007) focused on inspiring individual action to improve the understanding, welfare, and conservation of the environment and its wildlife, and to safeguard the planet we all share. JGIS was founded in 2007 to amplify Dr. Jane Goodall’s work in Singapore.
Sabrina assists Dr. Andie Ang with research on the conservation of the Raffles’ Banded Langurs while dedicating her time to macaque education and outreach. She provides Monkey Guards training to members of the public as well as nature groups/agencies. She also collaborates with animal groups around the region to share and exchange knowledge regarding long-term solutions to help people and macaques. She believes in the need for the community to evolve, embrace, and learn to live with the long-tailed macaques as the range of activity between people and local wildlife overlap.