Profile: Meera Inglis
I received my BA Hons in Philosophy from the University of Sheffield in 2008. I then took a CELTA course and taught English for three years, first in Ecuador and then back in Sheffield as a volunteer with refugees and asylum seekers. My experiences inspired me to return to academia to study global politics. I'm now in the third year of my PhD, in which I'm exploring ethical issues in conservation policy.
NoteStreams By Meera Inglis
There is a side to the Ebola crisis that, perhaps understandably, has received little media attention: the threat it poses to our nearest cousins, the great apes of Africa. At this moment in time Ebola is the single greatest threat to the survival of gorillas and chimpanzees.