Leon Kolankiewicz Biography and Archive

Leon Kolankiewicz is an environmental scientist, wildlife ecologist, and natural resources planner whose career spans almost 30 years, multiple states, and three countries, having worked with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, the Universities of Washington and New Mexico, among others. He has been the Vice President of the Washington, D.C.-based Carrying Capacity Network and, as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras, promoted the conservation of tropical rainforests and wildlife. He serves as a Senior Writing Fellow and Member of the Board of Advisors of Californians for Population Stabilization, has authored two books, scores of articles, and managed and edited a number of environmental impact statements for federal agencies and dozens of management plans for national wildlife refuges on behalf of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.Download Leon Kolankiewicz's black and white mug shot photo

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5/5/2017 Come to California - Surf Sand and Smog
4/16/2017 Trump Trashes Sustainability Twice in Two Weeks
1/12/2017 Obama's Environmental Legacy is Mixed and Vulnerable
11/14/2016 World Vasectomy Day Highlights Role of Men in Family Planning
11/8/2016 Forget the Election for a Second and Dream About Mars
7/5/2016 Neither Hillary Nor Trump Deserves My Vote
9/22/2015 Hey Francis, What About the Vatican's Opposition to Birth Control?

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