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Voices of Wilderness, produced by the WILD Foundation, dives into conservation concepts and stories that will inspire and empower you to speak out, take action, make a difference, and find solutions to the biodiversity and climate crisis.


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Description

Voices of Wilderness, produced by the WILD Foundation, dives into conservation concepts and stories that will inspire and empower you to speak out, take action, make a difference, and find solutions to the biodiversity and climate crisis.


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

27 episodes

  • (24) "Cristina Mittermeier: The Ocean as the Last Remaining Wilderness on Earth" cover
    (24) "Cristina Mittermeier: The Ocean as the Last Remaining Wilderness on Earth" cover
    (24) "Cristina Mittermeier: The Ocean as the Last Remaining Wilderness on Earth"

    Cristina began her photography career when conservation photography wasn't even on the map. As a marine biologist with a passion for capturing the beauty of the wilderness, she gradually turned her lens towards advocacy, using her images to champion the protection of Earth's lands and Ocean.Her projects took shape during WILD9, culminating in the creation of the International League of Conservation Photographers. And, today, Cristina leads SeaLegacy, an organization dedicated to using storytelling to address ocean issues.And there's more—Cristina will be a plenary speaker at WILD12. Her goal? To craft a resolution that recognizes the ocean as wilderness.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Learn more about Cristina: https://www.cristinamittermeier.com/Sea Legacy: https://www.sealegacy.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    25min | Published on June 18, 2024

  • (23.1) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.1) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.1) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea"

    Imagine immersing yourself in the depths of the ocean. You're submerged beneath the sea, thinking you're the great observer, there to witness what's happening. But then, you realize that everyone is watching you.That's precisely the experience Sylvia Earle, known as "Her Deepness" for her record-breaking untethered dives reaching 381 meters (1,250 feet), shared with us. She has spent her life as a tireless advocate for the oceans, being the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's first female Chief Scientist. It's been a wonderful moment for us to reposition humanity in the web of life. Sylvia's efforts to raise public awareness about our interconnectedness with marine ecosystems underscore the urgent need for humanity to treat all life with equality. So, let's embark on an exploration of the ocean's depths with Sylvia as we dive into wildlife conservation, the pivotal role of Indigenous Peoples as allies, captivating anecdotes from her missions, and much more.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Mission Blue: https://missionblue.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    26min | Published on June 8, 2024

  • (23.2) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.2) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.2) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea"

    Imagine immersing yourself in the depths of the ocean. You're submerged beneath the sea, thinking you're the great observer, there to witness what's happening. But then, you realize that everyone is watching you.That's precisely the experience Sylvia Earle, known as "Her Deepness" for her record-breaking untethered dives reaching 381 meters (1,250 feet), shared with us. She has spent her life as a tireless advocate for the oceans, being the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's first female Chief Scientist. It's been a wonderful moment for us to reposition humanity in the web of life. Sylvia's efforts to raise public awareness about our interconnectedness with marine ecosystems underscore the urgent need for humanity to treat all life with equality. So, let's embark on an exploration of the ocean's depths with Sylvia as we dive into wildlife conservation, the pivotal role of Indigenous Peoples as allies, captivating anecdotes from her missions, and much more.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Mission Blue: https://missionblue.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    23min | Published on June 8, 2024

  • (22) "Lakota Liberation: Bison Reintroduction and Other Pathways" with Tatewin Means and Amy Lewis cover
    (22) "Lakota Liberation: Bison Reintroduction and Other Pathways" with Tatewin Means and Amy Lewis cover
    (22) "Lakota Liberation: Bison Reintroduction and Other Pathways" with Tatewin Means and Amy Lewis

    Today, we are thrilled to be joined by Tatewin Means, who is the daughter of famed Oglala Lakota activist Russell Means, and whose full Lakota name means “woman who stands with the Four Directions", hails from the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota, Oglala Lakota, and Inhanktonwan nations in South Dakota - all members of the Oceti Sakowin, the Lakota traditional government. And by Amy Lewis, WILD’s CEO! In this podcast episode, we delve into Tatewin's work as the Executive Director of Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation, where she seeks liberation for Lakota People through language, lifeways, and spirituality and works, in part, with the reintroduction of bison to achieve her cultural objectives.Oh, and we are happy to share that Tatewin will be a Plenary Speaker at WILD12 (https://wild.org/wild12/speaker-announcement-tatewin-means/)!Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Learn more about Tatewin's work: https://thundervalley.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    44min | Published on May 28, 2024

  • (21) "Chris Walzer: The Health of the Wild and Our Own as Inextricably Linked" cover
    (21) "Chris Walzer: The Health of the Wild and Our Own as Inextricably Linked" cover
    (21) "Chris Walzer: The Health of the Wild and Our Own as Inextricably Linked"

    Ever wondered how human viruses often originate from wildlife? Take Avian Influenza, for instance. H5N1 now poses an existential threat to global biodiversity, having infected over 150 wild and domestic avian species worldwide, along with numerous mammalian species. And while it's a significant risk for biodiversity, it also presents a potential spillover risk for us. Today, we're joined by Chris Walzer, WCS Executive Director of Health, who will discuss what we can do to tackle this wildlife crisis and why it's crucial to consider the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org)  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    25min | Published on May 21, 2024

  • (20.2) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.2) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.2) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing"

    Have you been curious about the power and pressures of social media? In our extremely digital and hyper-connected world, these media platforms have the power to amplify voices for good and for bad.We sat down in a new podcast episode with Blake Moynes, wilderness enthusiast, and reality TV star turned conservationist, to talk about the pressures he faces, the trade-offs, and the realities of what this lifestyle means for his personal life versus the greater good.Influencing and impactful influencing are here to stay. This is an area of conservation amplification that we can’t ignore in our modern world.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Connect with Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blakemoynes/The SOSA: https://thesosa.com/pages/sosa-x-tannerunderwater Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    21min | Published on May 9, 2024

  • (20.1) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.1) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.1) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing"

    Have you been curious about the power and pressures of social media? In our extremely digital and hyper-connected world, these media platforms have the power to amplify voices for good and for bad.We sat down in a new podcast episode with Blake Moynes, wilderness enthusiast, and reality TV star turned conservationist, to talk about the pressures he faces, the trade-offs, and the realities of what this lifestyle means for his personal life versus the greater good.Influencing and impactful influencing are here to stay. This is an area of conservation amplification that we can’t ignore in our modern world.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Connect with Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blakemoynes/The SOSA: https://thesosa.com/pages/sosa-x-tannerunderwater Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    31min | Published on May 9, 2024

  • (19) "Blake Moynes: The Power of Passion in Conservation Efforts" cover
    (19) "Blake Moynes: The Power of Passion in Conservation Efforts" cover
    (19) "Blake Moynes: The Power of Passion in Conservation Efforts"

    No conservation story starts the same way, but what we know at WILD is that they all share a common thread: passion. Today, we introduce you to Blake Moynes, who, from a young age, harbored a fascination for wildlife, always wrapped up in the wilderness of the Canadian North. But before he dedicated his life to conservation, you might've caught him on reality TV.  Join us as Blake shares his childhood passion for wildlife and discusses his advocacy and support for endangered species, and his use of his notoriety to contribute to the protection of wilderness. Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Connect with Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blakemoynes/The SOSA: https://thesosa.com/pages/sosa-x-tannerunderwater Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    22min | Published on May 7, 2024

  • (18) "Indigenuity: Bridging Indigenous Wisdom and Conservation" with Dan Wildcat cover
    (18) "Indigenuity: Bridging Indigenous Wisdom and Conservation" with Dan Wildcat cover
    (18) "Indigenuity: Bridging Indigenous Wisdom and Conservation" with Dan Wildcat

    Today is Earth Day! For this special occasion, we wanted to support traditional cultures as Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities are the best stewards of the planet. Today, to delve deeper into the topic, we have an important guest on our podcast.In this episode, we're honored to have Dan Wildcat, a Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma, who's passionately dedicated to bridging the gap between climate change and Indigenous Peoples. His latest work, 'On Indigenuity: Learning the Lessons of Mother Earth,' explores how Indigenous wisdom can guide us in tackling today's challenges.Together, we'll immerse ourselves in the concept of Indigenuity, exploring Indigenous eco-kinship, questioning the Western divide between spirituality and science, and rediscovering our connection to the Earth. Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org)  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    38min | Published on April 22, 2024

  • (17) "Stan Ghert: Embracing Coexistence with Wildlife" cover
    (17) "Stan Ghert: Embracing Coexistence with Wildlife" cover
    (17) "Stan Ghert: Embracing Coexistence with Wildlife"

    Ever wondered how many times you've crossed paths with them, without even noticing? They seem so distant, yet they're closer than you think. In cities, alongside us, even sharing similarities with our beloved pets. Coyotes - a species often misinterpreted by our narratives. Today, we're joined by Dr. Stan Gehrt, Professor of Wildlife Ecology at The Ohio State University. His 23-year study on coyotes in Chicago has uncovered remarkable insights, with over 1,500 individuals monitored. With over 100 peer-reviewed publications and a new book, 'Coyotes Among Us', Dr. Gehrt offers our Voices of Wilderness listeners an exclusive 20% discount with the code 'voices20' on IndiePubs. Join us as Stan shares his captivating journey, from first encounters to conservation efforts.Welcome to the Wild Foundation Podcast short-format series, Conservation Capsule. Imagine being able to quickly take a capsule that helps you retain a crucial insight in the realm of nature conservation. Well, we've got just that in our hands. Through our "Conservation Capsule" series, we've set out to connect with those dedicated individuals working tirelessly for the conservation of the nature we cherish.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Learn more about Dr. Stan Ghert's work: urbancoyoteresearch.com (http://urbancoyoteresearch.com)Find 'Coyotes Among Us': https://indiepubs.com/products/living-with-coyotes/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    24min | Published on April 11, 2024

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Description

Voices of Wilderness, produced by the WILD Foundation, dives into conservation concepts and stories that will inspire and empower you to speak out, take action, make a difference, and find solutions to the biodiversity and climate crisis.


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

Description

Voices of Wilderness, produced by the WILD Foundation, dives into conservation concepts and stories that will inspire and empower you to speak out, take action, make a difference, and find solutions to the biodiversity and climate crisis.


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

27 episodes

  • (24) "Cristina Mittermeier: The Ocean as the Last Remaining Wilderness on Earth" cover
    (24) "Cristina Mittermeier: The Ocean as the Last Remaining Wilderness on Earth" cover
    (24) "Cristina Mittermeier: The Ocean as the Last Remaining Wilderness on Earth"

    Cristina began her photography career when conservation photography wasn't even on the map. As a marine biologist with a passion for capturing the beauty of the wilderness, she gradually turned her lens towards advocacy, using her images to champion the protection of Earth's lands and Ocean.Her projects took shape during WILD9, culminating in the creation of the International League of Conservation Photographers. And, today, Cristina leads SeaLegacy, an organization dedicated to using storytelling to address ocean issues.And there's more—Cristina will be a plenary speaker at WILD12. Her goal? To craft a resolution that recognizes the ocean as wilderness.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Learn more about Cristina: https://www.cristinamittermeier.com/Sea Legacy: https://www.sealegacy.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    25min | Published on June 18, 2024

  • (23.1) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.1) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.1) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea"

    Imagine immersing yourself in the depths of the ocean. You're submerged beneath the sea, thinking you're the great observer, there to witness what's happening. But then, you realize that everyone is watching you.That's precisely the experience Sylvia Earle, known as "Her Deepness" for her record-breaking untethered dives reaching 381 meters (1,250 feet), shared with us. She has spent her life as a tireless advocate for the oceans, being the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's first female Chief Scientist. It's been a wonderful moment for us to reposition humanity in the web of life. Sylvia's efforts to raise public awareness about our interconnectedness with marine ecosystems underscore the urgent need for humanity to treat all life with equality. So, let's embark on an exploration of the ocean's depths with Sylvia as we dive into wildlife conservation, the pivotal role of Indigenous Peoples as allies, captivating anecdotes from her missions, and much more.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Mission Blue: https://missionblue.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    26min | Published on June 8, 2024

  • (23.2) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.2) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea" cover
    (23.2) "Sylvia Earle: Protecting What Remains of the Wild, Land and Sea"

    Imagine immersing yourself in the depths of the ocean. You're submerged beneath the sea, thinking you're the great observer, there to witness what's happening. But then, you realize that everyone is watching you.That's precisely the experience Sylvia Earle, known as "Her Deepness" for her record-breaking untethered dives reaching 381 meters (1,250 feet), shared with us. She has spent her life as a tireless advocate for the oceans, being the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's first female Chief Scientist. It's been a wonderful moment for us to reposition humanity in the web of life. Sylvia's efforts to raise public awareness about our interconnectedness with marine ecosystems underscore the urgent need for humanity to treat all life with equality. So, let's embark on an exploration of the ocean's depths with Sylvia as we dive into wildlife conservation, the pivotal role of Indigenous Peoples as allies, captivating anecdotes from her missions, and much more.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Mission Blue: https://missionblue.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    23min | Published on June 8, 2024

  • (22) "Lakota Liberation: Bison Reintroduction and Other Pathways" with Tatewin Means and Amy Lewis cover
    (22) "Lakota Liberation: Bison Reintroduction and Other Pathways" with Tatewin Means and Amy Lewis cover
    (22) "Lakota Liberation: Bison Reintroduction and Other Pathways" with Tatewin Means and Amy Lewis

    Today, we are thrilled to be joined by Tatewin Means, who is the daughter of famed Oglala Lakota activist Russell Means, and whose full Lakota name means “woman who stands with the Four Directions", hails from the Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota, Oglala Lakota, and Inhanktonwan nations in South Dakota - all members of the Oceti Sakowin, the Lakota traditional government. And by Amy Lewis, WILD’s CEO! In this podcast episode, we delve into Tatewin's work as the Executive Director of Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation, where she seeks liberation for Lakota People through language, lifeways, and spirituality and works, in part, with the reintroduction of bison to achieve her cultural objectives.Oh, and we are happy to share that Tatewin will be a Plenary Speaker at WILD12 (https://wild.org/wild12/speaker-announcement-tatewin-means/)!Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Learn more about Tatewin's work: https://thundervalley.org/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    44min | Published on May 28, 2024

  • (21) "Chris Walzer: The Health of the Wild and Our Own as Inextricably Linked" cover
    (21) "Chris Walzer: The Health of the Wild and Our Own as Inextricably Linked" cover
    (21) "Chris Walzer: The Health of the Wild and Our Own as Inextricably Linked"

    Ever wondered how human viruses often originate from wildlife? Take Avian Influenza, for instance. H5N1 now poses an existential threat to global biodiversity, having infected over 150 wild and domestic avian species worldwide, along with numerous mammalian species. And while it's a significant risk for biodiversity, it also presents a potential spillover risk for us. Today, we're joined by Chris Walzer, WCS Executive Director of Health, who will discuss what we can do to tackle this wildlife crisis and why it's crucial to consider the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org)  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    25min | Published on May 21, 2024

  • (20.2) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.2) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.2) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing"

    Have you been curious about the power and pressures of social media? In our extremely digital and hyper-connected world, these media platforms have the power to amplify voices for good and for bad.We sat down in a new podcast episode with Blake Moynes, wilderness enthusiast, and reality TV star turned conservationist, to talk about the pressures he faces, the trade-offs, and the realities of what this lifestyle means for his personal life versus the greater good.Influencing and impactful influencing are here to stay. This is an area of conservation amplification that we can’t ignore in our modern world.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Connect with Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blakemoynes/The SOSA: https://thesosa.com/pages/sosa-x-tannerunderwater Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    21min | Published on May 9, 2024

  • (20.1) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.1) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing" cover
    (20.1) "Blake Moynes: Amplifying Conservation Through Impactful Influencing"

    Have you been curious about the power and pressures of social media? In our extremely digital and hyper-connected world, these media platforms have the power to amplify voices for good and for bad.We sat down in a new podcast episode with Blake Moynes, wilderness enthusiast, and reality TV star turned conservationist, to talk about the pressures he faces, the trade-offs, and the realities of what this lifestyle means for his personal life versus the greater good.Influencing and impactful influencing are here to stay. This is an area of conservation amplification that we can’t ignore in our modern world.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Connect with Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blakemoynes/The SOSA: https://thesosa.com/pages/sosa-x-tannerunderwater Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    31min | Published on May 9, 2024

  • (19) "Blake Moynes: The Power of Passion in Conservation Efforts" cover
    (19) "Blake Moynes: The Power of Passion in Conservation Efforts" cover
    (19) "Blake Moynes: The Power of Passion in Conservation Efforts"

    No conservation story starts the same way, but what we know at WILD is that they all share a common thread: passion. Today, we introduce you to Blake Moynes, who, from a young age, harbored a fascination for wildlife, always wrapped up in the wilderness of the Canadian North. But before he dedicated his life to conservation, you might've caught him on reality TV.  Join us as Blake shares his childhood passion for wildlife and discusses his advocacy and support for endangered species, and his use of his notoriety to contribute to the protection of wilderness. Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Connect with Blake: https://www.instagram.com/blakemoynes/The SOSA: https://thesosa.com/pages/sosa-x-tannerunderwater Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    22min | Published on May 7, 2024

  • (18) "Indigenuity: Bridging Indigenous Wisdom and Conservation" with Dan Wildcat cover
    (18) "Indigenuity: Bridging Indigenous Wisdom and Conservation" with Dan Wildcat cover
    (18) "Indigenuity: Bridging Indigenous Wisdom and Conservation" with Dan Wildcat

    Today is Earth Day! For this special occasion, we wanted to support traditional cultures as Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities are the best stewards of the planet. Today, to delve deeper into the topic, we have an important guest on our podcast.In this episode, we're honored to have Dan Wildcat, a Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma, who's passionately dedicated to bridging the gap between climate change and Indigenous Peoples. His latest work, 'On Indigenuity: Learning the Lessons of Mother Earth,' explores how Indigenous wisdom can guide us in tackling today's challenges.Together, we'll immerse ourselves in the concept of Indigenuity, exploring Indigenous eco-kinship, questioning the Western divide between spirituality and science, and rediscovering our connection to the Earth. Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org)  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    38min | Published on April 22, 2024

  • (17) "Stan Ghert: Embracing Coexistence with Wildlife" cover
    (17) "Stan Ghert: Embracing Coexistence with Wildlife" cover
    (17) "Stan Ghert: Embracing Coexistence with Wildlife"

    Ever wondered how many times you've crossed paths with them, without even noticing? They seem so distant, yet they're closer than you think. In cities, alongside us, even sharing similarities with our beloved pets. Coyotes - a species often misinterpreted by our narratives. Today, we're joined by Dr. Stan Gehrt, Professor of Wildlife Ecology at The Ohio State University. His 23-year study on coyotes in Chicago has uncovered remarkable insights, with over 1,500 individuals monitored. With over 100 peer-reviewed publications and a new book, 'Coyotes Among Us', Dr. Gehrt offers our Voices of Wilderness listeners an exclusive 20% discount with the code 'voices20' on IndiePubs. Join us as Stan shares his captivating journey, from first encounters to conservation efforts.Welcome to the Wild Foundation Podcast short-format series, Conservation Capsule. Imagine being able to quickly take a capsule that helps you retain a crucial insight in the realm of nature conservation. Well, we've got just that in our hands. Through our "Conservation Capsule" series, we've set out to connect with those dedicated individuals working tirelessly for the conservation of the nature we cherish.Learn more about WILD: www.wild.org (http://www.wild.org) Learn more about Dr. Stan Ghert's work: urbancoyoteresearch.com (http://urbancoyoteresearch.com)Find 'Coyotes Among Us': https://indiepubs.com/products/living-with-coyotes/ Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    24min | Published on April 11, 2024

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