This is the story of how we, Nature Conservation Georgia (NCG), ended up at the remote village of Tabatskuri, on Lake Tabatskuri - a serene landscape nestled in a volcanic plateau - where we painted gigantic Velvet Scoters. These are diving ducks, which were thought to be lost in Georgia and across the Caucasus until very recently when a miraculous discovery was made.
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.
A filmmaker discovers how to spread the word about climate change – and her animated short – in fun and creative ways!
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!
Watch communities come together to save the Greater Adjutant Stork in "Hargila," a new film from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology!
Read about how the Giraffe Conservation Foundation's Khomas Environmental Education Programme (KEEP) helps to inspire thousands of young Namibians by leading them on an exciting exploration of the natural environment.
Through storytelling in classrooms, film making and producing social media content, Fionnathan inspires interest in nature through optimism and spreads a message of radical inclusion.
Immerse yourself in these stunning wildlife photos from Laos, and learn how Association Anoulak studies threatened, endemic species in the Annamite mountains.
In the midst of COVID-19, read about the success of SEED Madagascar's recent projects, and the positive impact on species such as lemurs and the flying fox.
Feel inspired as you read about the Green Status of species like the Hawaiian Monk Seal, a new assessment method which focuses on optimism and the conservation and recovery of endangered species.