Night had begun to fall when we found the small dirt track. We’d already traveled for over two days to get here. The Serra da Estrela, Portugal, is a place like no other. On surface level you see deep forests, steep gorges and sunsets that remind you of the African plains. But as you look a little closer you begin to see a lie: Invasive eucalyptus. Where Eucalyptus stops, seas of maritime pine – thin, tall, closely packed – flood to the plains below, another alien from post-war industrialisation. What is initially a beautiful sight is in fact a matchbox mountain, just waiting for a spark.
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A filmmaker discovers how to spread the word about climate change – and her animated short – in fun and creative ways!
"I wanted more people to know how magnificent and important corals are, and to care enough to do something about them"; this thought resulted in an exciting storytelling project - I'm with Lorac! Read to know more about the journey behind the first novel of this project where Neus, a marine researcher and writer, attempts to spread awareness about corals and climate change using characters and settings inspired by her experiences working in remote islands of Burma.
Have you ever thought about your flying habits and their impact on the environment? Well, Dr. Noah Birksted-Breen went one step further and started a novel podcast at Oxford University to address this very issue. And thus, the Oxford Flying Less Podcast was born! Read on to learn about how this podcast took off!
Find out how the next generation of inspiring communicators are finding effective ways to help people across the globe understand climate issues and take positive action.
The new “Future Places Prize” calls for essays and poems that illustrate how literature can be a revelatory and imaginative force for helping us to see the natural world and our place in it differently
The story of the Aral Sea has gone down as one of the most symbolic environmental disasters in recent history. However, Nicolas and Saxon reveal a nuanced story, one full of hope and optimism, to be detailed in their upcoming documentary.
What happens when science is merged with art to deliver conservation messages? A musical perspective on the world's biodiversity crisis and how we can remain hopeful.
How we need to include traditional knowledge and participatory approaches to safeguard our rainforests and fight against climate change.