Global Conservation Panel Discussion with ABC News Correspondent Bob Woodruff

San Francisco-based Global Conservation, a trailblazing non-profit organization focused on direct protection of endangered national parks and Indigenous reserves in developing countries, hosted an environmental panel event on Thursday, May 9th moderated by ABC News Correspondent Bob Woodruff.

The event took place at the historic Filoli Estate in Woodside, California and featured notable Bay Area conservationists for an engaging conversation on park, wildlife, and indigenous community protection in both land and marine environments. The event preceded the anticipatory launch of a new ABC News Live series featuring Woodruff and Global Conservation’s impactful work globally. Guests were greeted with a cocktail and dinner reception, followed by the panel discussion.

Global Conservation is raising $100 million over the next 10 years to protect more than 100 of the most endangered national parks in developing countries. Combining its signature Global Park Defense systems, Community and Marine Protection, Global Conservation has helped protect more than 25 endangered national parks covering nearly 12 million acres of intact forests and wildlife habitats.