Eduardo Goncalves Interview - Wildlife Warrior extraordinaire


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Eduardo Goncalves has spent almost 30 years working and campaigning on the big issues - in the US, UK, Europe, and the Middle East - ranging from climate change, wildlife conservation, forests, the nuclear arms race, homelessness, and animal cruelty, to name but a few.

His most recent books - "Trophy Hunters Exposed", "Killing Game" and "Trophy Leaks" - are an explosive series of investigations into the trophy hunting industry, how it influences national governments and international bodies, the identities of the world's top hunters, and the devastating toll they're inflicting on wildlife species ... including on some of the world's most endangered animals.

He draws on his wide-ranging experience working inside government, as an investigative journalist, and his deep knowledge of animal welfare issues and the bloodsports lobby to expose the shocking truth about one of the cruelest industries on earth.

You can find out more about Eduardo at

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@29:58 Mr. Goncalves references an infamous 1969 tobacco industry memo, touting misinformation and confusion as a means to draw attention away from mounting science that cigarettes are carcinogenic. “Doubt is our product since it is the best means of competing with the ‘body of fact’ that exists in the mind of the general public. It is also a means of establishing controversy.”
"Missing the Mark," a 2016 report by US Natural Resources Committee, mentioned by Mr. Goncalves @35:36 can be found here:
Excellent interview. Exposes so much and challenges all the myths and manipulations beautifully. well done, Eduardo and Mojostreaming.