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.
In this episode of Good Natured, we meet Kenyan insect [...]
Our youngest author, Romario Valentine, tells his story of how he came to write an optimistic and educational book to encourage youth to engage with and love the natural world.
21 young Montagu's harriers are flying freely in Portugal, representing hope for the future of their threatened species.
A filmmaker discovers how to spread the word about climate change – and her animated short – in fun and creative ways!
And the winners are….. Tonight, we unveiled the 2022 Good Natured Film Festival winners! Read on to find out more about this year's talented entries.
When it comes to conservation, to what extent should we intervene or not in our attempts to help nature? Here we learn from the experiences of the Czech Šumava National Park.
There is still time for you to participate and vote for the People Choice Award. Your chance to recognise the efforts and achievements of those making a positive difference to the environment and their communities.
Announcing the Conservation Optimism Southeast Asia Awards – join us in celebrating the positive differences being made all over Southeast Asia for nature, for people, and our collective future!
"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.