Voices for Biodiversity

Youth

La Terre Vue Par Les Enfants
La Terre Vue Par Les Enfants

by Reza Visual Academy

En 2012, le photojournaliste Reza Deghati a collaboré avec IDEA (International Dialogue for Environnemental Action) pour lancer le concours international de photographie, festival et exposition «Children's…

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- Mar 29, 2020
Saving the Behemoth of the Ice: The Polar Bear
Saving the Behemoth of the Ice: The Polar Bear

by Cyril Christo

With the melting of the world’s ice, the future of the greatest land predator on earth — the polar bear — is very much in jeopardy.

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- Dec 21, 2019
Fighting for Survival: Lifting Up Indigenous Voices
Fighting for Survival: Lifting Up Indigenous Voices

by Sarah Abdelrahim

Indigenous peoples play a crucial role in protecting and advocating for global biodiversity. According to the United Nations, there are 370 million Indigenous peoples around the world — almost 5 percent…

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- Jun 13, 2018
Children’s Eyes on Earth
Children’s Eyes on Earth

by Reza Visual Academy

In 2012, photojournalist Reza Deghati joined forces with IDEA (International Dialogue for Environmental Action) to launch the “Children’s Eyes on Earth” International Youth Photography Contest, Festival…

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- Mar 24, 2018
La nature dans le camp
La nature dans le camp

by Reza Visual Academy

Fuyant la guerre dans leur pays d'origine, de nombreux réfugiés syriens vivent désormais dans le camp de Kawergosk près de la ville d'Erbil, dans le Kurdistan Irakien.

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- Mar 10, 2018
Do You See What I See?
Do You See What I See?

by The Kids of the Field Institute of Taos

Susie Fiore founded the Field Institute of Taos (FIT) in 1996, blending her background in archaeology and her experience as a youth ski instructor to create an organization that provides local children…

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- Feb 07, 2018
Nature in the Camp
Nature in the Camp

by Reza Visual Academy

Many Syrian refugees, fleeing the war in their home country, are living in Kawergosk Camp near the city of Erbil in Iraqi Kurdistan.

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- Jan 17, 2018
The Mighty Giraffe
The Mighty Giraffe

by Lysander Christo

Silent steps of evolution, highest height of all the world. Of all the world a graceful trot, so fast, yet so slow through the savannah, where the elephants trumpet and blow.

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- Nov 29, 2017
Meeting with an Elephant
Meeting with an Elephant

by Lysander Christo

In this unprincipled time of elephant carnage in the name of ivory, my wife, son and I have come to view elephants as being on equal footing, searching for them with a guide on conservation lands.

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- Aug 27, 2017
Biodiversity Questions in School Gardens
Biodiversity Questions in School Gardens

by Erika Hansen

Find a bug (and draw it). Find plants that are ingredients in pizza sauce; in toothpaste; in salsa. Find two living and two nonliving things.

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- Aug 01, 2017
Living the Science: Place-Based Education as a Model for Scientific Learning
Living the Science: Place-Based Education as a Model for Scientific Learning

by Jacqueline Gerson

“Dip your hand in the water!” I yelled over the crash of whitewater, and then a few seconds later, “Now try it again!”

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- Apr 20, 2017
Saving Selfless Shellfish from Sunscreen
Saving Selfless Shellfish from Sunscreen

by Madison Toonder

Oysters are bivalve mollusks that provide shelter and food for a variety of organisms, all while improving water clarity and quality through filtration. Oyster reefs formed by aggregations of shells are…

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- Mar 30, 2017