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  • Through the eyes of her mother Betty and Dulce, the beautiful new short film Dulce from Lee Pace, Jungles in Paris and Conservation International, explores the way generations of women adapt when their community’s landscape feels the effects of climate change.
 
‘Dulce’ is NOW available online. Head over to New York Times Op-Docs to check it out. 
 
https://blog.conservation.org/2018/06/saving-the-mangroves-to-save-the-clams-and-a-way-of-life/

      

  • Did you know that climate change affects women disproportionately than men? Research has shown that the impacts of climate change frequently take far more of a toll on women. Meet Martha, one woman working to tackle climate related challenges in her own community.

      

  • Wine has been made for thousands of years but #climatechange has a huge impact on the way this beverage is produced today. #WineWednesday

      

  • There is nothing is quite as powerful as the bond between a mother and her child – a relationship that transcends daily issues and global problems.
 
Dulce from Lee Pace, Jungles in Paris and Conservation International, premieres online TODAY with New York Times Op-Docs. Catch this documentary short exploring how Betty and her daughter Dulce overcome challenges in their own community on Colombia’s Pacific coast: 

https://ci-intl.org/2OA2LGs

      

  • Your favorite takeout food inevitably arrives at your front door with a small mountain of single-use packaging – but that doesn’t have to be the case. Conservation International CEO Dr. M. Sanjayan is here with the solutions to getting our favorite food without the waste.

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  • If we address the disposability of smartphones, we can begin to fix the way our phones impact climate change. Join Conservation International CEO Dr. M. Sanjayan on a cellphone’s journey from
production to the old phone graveyard.
  
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  • " We only have the possibility of avoiding a looming climate catastrophe if people like us refuse to give up." – Harrison Ford, Conservation International Vice Chair at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit 

#GCAS2018 #Stepup2018

      

  • "The future of the world is one that we must co-create based on radical collaboration among all of us because the consequences...are not just for us, they are for everyone." – Christiana Figueres, Conservation International Distinguished Fellow
 
This week internationally renowned scientist Johan Rockstrom and champion of the Paris Agreement Christiana Figueres opened the Global Climate Action Summit with the launch of the Exponential Climate Roadmap. The new report shows how all sectors of the economy can half emissions by 2030.
 
Learn more about the Roadmap and see Rockström and Figueres’ presentation in full: www.exponentialroadmap.futureearth.org

      

  • Environmental education classes in Indonesia’s Fam Islands are teaching children the importance of coral reefs and ocean stewardship for the future of our planet. #GCAS2018 #StepUp2018

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  • As worldwide leaders gather at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit to take climate ambition to the next level, M. Sanjayan, Conservation Internationalional CEO, shares ways we can all help the planet in our daily lives. #StepUp2018
 
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  • Meet the first ever women’s community patrol team in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. These women are strengthening enforcement efforts and decreasing illegal fishing activity. 

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  • Investing in #NaturalClimateSolutions is cost-effective and can boost economies. It also brings multiple benefits for sustainable development. Don’t let nature become #TheForgottenSolution #GCAS2018 #StepUp2018 www.TheForgottenSolution.org

      

Through the eyes of her mother Betty and Dulce, the beautiful new short film Dulce from Lee Pace, Jungles in Paris and Conservation International, explores the way generations of women adapt when their community’s landscape feels the effects of climate change. ‘Dulce’ is NOW available online. Head over to New York Times Op-Docs to check it out. https://blog.conservation.org/2018/06/saving-the-mangroves-to-save-the-clams-and-a-way-of-life/

 

 

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