Environmental journalist John Platt has written about SAVE THE FROGS! in Scientific American in the past, and was a guest lecturer during the SAVE THE FROGS! 90-Day Challenge in 2016. His Extinction Countdown column has run continuously since 2004 and has covered news and science related to more than 1,000 endangered species. Now John is the Editor of The Revelator, the new website of SAVE THE FROGS! partner the Center for Biological Diversity. In his most recent article he asked me and other conservationists: “How do you stay positive in the face of the ongoing extinction crisis?”

Find my answer on The Revelator website!

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Frog art from 2014 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest by Sarah Kim, Age 11

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