Interviews and Public Speaking

Scott Wallace brings an informed and original perspective to a wide range of issues -- the environment, vanishing cultures, conflict over land and resources, rainforest conservation, and how he followed his dreams to a life of adventure along the far-flung frontiers on the planet.

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NPR's "Weekend Edition" - Listen

NPR's "Snap Judgment" - Listen

BBC's "Picture This" - Watch

PRI's "Living on Earth" - Listen

PRI's "To the Best of Our Knowledge" - Listen

Radio Netherlands Worldwide "Earth Beat" - Listen

WAMU's "Kojo Nnamdi Show" - Listen

KPCC's "Madeleine Brand Show" - Listen

WNYC's "Leonard Lopate Show" - Listen

WVXU's "Field Notes with Thane Mayard" - Listen

Scott Wallace speaks on CNN about how the oil drilling controversy in the Arctic is dividing Native Alaskans.

National Geographic Adventure writer and producer Scott Wallace speaks on "National Geographic Today" about allegations of misconduct among Western scientists studying the Yanomami Indians of Venezuela.

National Geographic Live!: Journey with author Scott Wallace deep into the Amazon rain forest in search of one of the last uncontacted tribes on Earth.

Scott Wallace speaks with the New Security Beat at the Wilson Center about his book The Unconquered and his harrowing trip through the land of an uncontacted indigenous tribe known as the "People of the Arrow."