Episode 3: Nicolas Dubrocard

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Nicolas Dubrocard, International Sustainability Specialist (Photo: LinkedIn)

In the third episode of PATA Cap U Podcast, we speak with Nicolas Dubrocard, who has been working to create international standards for elephants that work in tourism. He discusses the relationship between the people of Southeast Asia and domesticated elephants. How has this history transformed over time? Are all elephant camps bad? What are the opportunities for people who want to get involved with helping elephants?

Listen in as this episode’s hosts Jennifer Vaughan and Carma Chan ask all the important questions about this emotionally charged topic!

Read the PATA Connected Visitor Economy Bulletin authored by Nicolas Dubrocard, “Walk (on eggs) with elephants.

The audio engineer and sound editor for this episode is Brian Chao from PATA Capilano University Student Chapter. The music clip in each episode is graciously provided by Francis Henson, a Vancouver-based singer-songwriter, guitar player, and producer. PATA Cap U Podcast is an initiative of PATA Capilano University Student Chapter that is supported by the technical expertise of Capilano Radio Club.

Episode published: 08 November 2018.


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