Steve Kallick directs Pew's international lands conservation program. He currently oversees the International Boreal Conservation campaign and the Outback Australia project, and conducts research into wilderness conservation issues worldwide. An expert in forest and wilderness conservation policy, Kallick has designed and launched several high-profile environmental initiatives for Pew, including the Heritage Forests Campaign, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, and the Northeast Land Trust Consortium.
Prior to joining Pew in 1997, Kallick worked for conservation organizations and government in Alaska. Kallick holds both a J.D and a certificate in Natural Resources Policy from the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
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What makes a place so special that it is deemed to be of “outstanding universal value” to all of humanity? Read More
In northern Manitoba, Sophia and Ray Rabliauskas are committed to preserving this intact landscape—for their grandchildren, and the planet. Read More
The South Nahanni River runs wild through the Mackenzie Mountains in Canada’s Northwest Territories, sluicing through canyons 3,300 feet deep and churning over a waterfall twice the height of Niagara. Tucked deep into the remote heart of the boreal forest, the river is the hard-beating pulse of Nahanni National Park Reserve, a 7.4 million-acre wilderness area every bit as pristine today as... Read More