Marc Bekoff Ph.D presents an article for his interview with author and Dancing Star Foundation's President Michael Charles Tobias regarding the new edition of Tobias' novel, The Adventures of Mr. Marigold.
Michael Charles Tobias, President of Dancing Star Foundation, shares his prediction for the future of birds and mammals in his new essay/review. The essay is featured in, "The Annihilation Of Nature - Human Extinction of Birds and Mammals," by Gerardo Ceballos, Anne H. Ehrlich, and Paul R. Ehrlich.
See the latest essay/review by Ms. Erika Gavenus pertaining to the work, Sanctuary: Global Oases of Innocence, a Dancing Star Foundation Book, by Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison, published today at Stanford University's MAHB - Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere, at, including a photo gallery from the book.
The Georgia College Departments of Mass Communication and Philosophy and Liberal Studies will host the university's Martha Daniel Newell Visiting Scholar, Dr. Michael Tobias, for the spring 2016 semester. As part of his residency, Tobias will host a unique experience called "Bio Reverie" which will be turned into a documentary film. Participants will be chosen and notified by Dec. 15, 2015.
Dancing Star Foundation (DSF) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation based in California. DSF's mission is focused on international biodiversity conservation, global environmental education, and animal protection.
The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and Biosphere (MAHB) for Stanford University presents Michael Tobias' latest published article discussing the devastating chemical explosions that hit the Chinese city of Tianjin.
The Dancing Star Foundation book, The Metaphysics of Protection (Waterside Press, 2014) just published by Prospekt Publishers, Moscow in its first Russian language edition, with Preface by leading Russian philosopher and globalist, Dr. Alexander Chumakov.
Watch Michael Tobias "The Perils and Promise of Ecotourism" discussion in a special symposium co-hosted by The Canisius College Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relations, The Brock University Department of Tourism Management and The William H. Fitzpatrick Institute of Public Affairs and Leadership that took place on January 18-19th of 2015.