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Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Matt Charnock

Matt Charnock Matt Charnock
Freelance academic journalist, columnist, essayist, and copywriter
Austin, Texas


"Matt Charnock is a well-practiced, dynamic freelance writer, occupying numerous literary mediums. He’s been frequently published in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species’ amphibian journal, FrogLog, as well as having worked hand-in-hand with various nonprofits from around the world, promoting the connection between a healthier, more stable community and the sustainability of its endemic ecosystem. Matt also writes for various branding publications and news outlets, totted as being a 'creative wordsmith with a passion for research and human connection.' Matt also regularly speaks at international conferences, discussing the merit of 'storytelling' and how we can empathetically perceive the world—one narrative, one species at a time."

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