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Patricia Kombo Jul 28
What are you waiting for? It's time
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Erlijn van Genuchten, PhD Jul 9
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Fanny Douvere Jul 27
Seychelles removes 60,000 plastic flip flops from globally treasured Aldabra Atol. Green turtle population here increased 800% since its World Heritage Listing in 1982. Building resilience is key in a changing ocean!
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Wildlife Film News Jul 22
Enter 's Awards 2020 & be part of a stunning international exhibition on 26 July for – Send your favourite photos to raise the profile of these beautiful Deadline: Fri 24/7!
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UN Environment Programme Jul 31
A study has mapped a suite of the services provided by South Africa’s 🇿🇦KwaZulu-Natal’s natural systems & placed a monetary value on them. It’s a 🗝️step, experts say, in helping to protect the province’s wild spaces. We must take action now
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UN Environment Programme Jul 22
A study has mapped the services provided by KwaZulu-Natal’s natural systems including: ✔️Storing carbon⁣ ✔️Retaining soil⁣ ✔️Preventing floods⁣ ✔️Improving water quality⁣ ✔️Promoting pollination⁣ ✔️Providing recreational value
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Kaossara SANI Jul 28
Thanks to and for this initiative of solidarity between India and Africa. is a climate solution our leaders need to support. Youth in Action.
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MONARI OCHWANGI (#LifesBetterWithTrees) Jun 30
"Man might carve his mark on earth but unless he is vigilant nature will take it all away" Its time to harmonise nature and development. Lets redefine the fundamentals of lives and integrate the best values possible that protect nature. Simply sustainable development.
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Elizabeth Wathuti 🇰🇪 Jul 3
Time to pull the emergency brake! Don’t blow it. Good planets are hard to find. Week 29!💚 Act Now! Join the race to make the world a better place!🌏Social Justice =Climate Justice! !
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UN Environment Programme Jul 31
In Africa 🌍, we are working closely with governments & partners to encourage wildlife-based economies – where local communities are central to protecting the wildlife areas they inhabit, for mutual benefit of both.
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UN Environment Programme Jul 23
A 🆕report shows that even though there has been a declining rate of deforestation over the past three decades, we need to step up efforts to halt deforestation to unlock the full potential of forests 🌲🌳🌴.
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Adesuwa Obasuyi Jul 3
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Haoliang Xu Jul 6
Join & young people around the world to stand . crisis gives a clear message - human health is linked to planet’s health. Check out how concerned young people are speaking up about their thoughts on nature
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International Day of Conscience Jul 11
"Follow your to the world for the better." - Emily Hung, an 8th-grade student in California, USA.
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UN Environment Programme Jul 23
Nature sustains all life on earth. But it’s declining faster than at any time in human history. One million wild plant and animal species are facing extinction. Join our Marine Journey to learn about underwater ecosystems. ➡️
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Joyce Msuya Jul 22
With increased urbanization, cities are under threat to become hotspots for global warming. Fortunately, we can learn from several examples of how are keeping cities cool in a sustainable manner.
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Small Grants Program Jul 20
A “maternity wing” for expecting Elephant mums? Together with communities are protecting the only rainforest in Kenya & its wildlife:
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UN Environment Programme Jul 11
Healthy soils = and so much more! shares some of the astounding benefits they bring us.
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Dorcas Wakio Aug 1
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Yaggie 16m
Good day!🌱🌿☘️🍀🌴🌳🌲Enjoy your weekend, my dear friends,❤️you!😊😄😃😄😁
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