Daniel J Miller is a rangeland ecologist and agricultural development specialist with over 15 years professional experience in agricultural development, natural resource management and biodiversity conservation in Asia. He has worked in Bhutan, China, Mongolia, Nepal and Pakistan and has traveled widely throughout South and Southeast Asia. He speaks Nepalese, Tibetan, and some Chinese.
Why Tibet matters now (2)
Endangered species, such as the wild yak and snow leopard, symbolise the fragility of the Tibetan Plateau environment. Daniel J Miller discusses the importance of preserving biodiversity on the roof of the world.