In the Garo Hills, North East India, local communities are taking the lead in adapting to climate change. They abandon the age old tradition of slash and burn cultivation in favor of large scale ecosystem restoration projects. Read the rest of this entry »
Earlier this year, John Liu was in Amsterdam (Netherlands) to give a lecture on the future of our food, and the importance of ecosystem function to ensure sustainable productivity. The full lecture is now online. Read the rest of this entry »
The Kaa Iya National Park is one of the biggest biodiversity hotspots in Bolivia. Uniquely, the park was established and is managed and protected by the indigenous groups that live in the area.
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All episodes of TV series Trèse Karko Bèk (bring back the conch) are now online. The series focuses on restoring the Conch population and its habitat in order to establish a sustainable Conch fishery in the future. Read the rest of this entry »
What will the future of the conch look like? Many people from the Bonairean community, including fishermen, ex-poachers and park rangers, share their views on the project. What do you think should be the future policy? Read the rest of this entry »
This film takes us to South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Malawi to show how using energy from the sun, wind, water, and even garbage not only helps the environment, but is also good business. Read the rest of this entry »
This video was created by community members in the village of Quirusillas, Bolivia. Bee keepers of Quirusillas show the importance of bee keeping and the production of honey and it's derivatives to the conservation of forests. Read the rest of this entry »