In an effort to save Mexican wolves from extinction, a group of dedicated individuals are attempting to right the wrongs of European settlers of the northern Mexico region.
A recent @nytimes article highlights a 2010 study detailing the devastating effects climate change has had on San Francisco's emblematic fog, which has decreased by 33% since the middle of the 20th century. Learn more here:
The Jaguar population in Argentina’s Iberá Park has grown to 12 individuals with the recent birth of two more cubs, thanks to the amazing work of @rewild’s close partner @rewildingarg.
Congratulations to @patagonia for making a difference in climate change. Every dollar that does not go directly back into the company will be distributed as dividends to protect the planet. This will make Patagonia one of the top environmental funders on the planet. twitter.com/TompkinsRewild…
My friend @sebcopeland has dedicated his life to exploring the polar region, warning of systemic transformations taking place from climate deviations. His latest photo book, Polar Explorations: To the Ends of the Earth, shares a look into polar travel and is available now.
The Inflation Reduction Act is the most aggressive action the US has ever taken to fight the climate crisis and it would not have happened without young people. Let's keep working in 2022 and beyond. Make sure you're registered to vote at votefuture.org.
@NPR details how scientists and local governments are exploring how to make parks more resilient to Earth’s changes:
City parks are accessible to everyone and help protect many Americans from the effects of global warming. However, as climate change increases, urban parks around the country are threatened, especially with a decrease in funding in many cities over the last decade.
The @UN’s Cop15 meeting is coming up this December in Montreal, where governments from around the world come together to decide on a plan of action to protect biodiversity. Learn more about the importance of this global meeting from @theguardian:
Just four years after researchers identified the Mato Grosso Titi Monkey as its own species, the small monkey has been named one of the 25 most endangered primates in the world, according to a new report launched this week in Brazil.
Photo Credit: Leandro Jerusalinsky
Through community education, projects, forums & support for city initiatives/policies, #ANCA volunteers address climate issues at the local level like conserving water, safeguarding from intense heat, strengthening food supplies, & preparing for natural disasters. #OurLocalPlanet
The goal is to legally bind governments to increase emissions cuts locally and internationally. Read more from @theguardian on why climate crisis has become a human rights issue & how some Portugese youth are fighting against it:
In their climate litigation, financed by crowdfunding, these young activists argue that the climate crisis interferes with their right to life, respect, and even their right not to be discriminated against.
Young people in Portugal are fighting against powerful European governments to protect their homelands and livelihoods that have been destroyed by extreme weather conditions.
Ny-Ålesund in Norway is a small town in the nearly untouched Arctic w/ some of the cleanest air in the world. But, signs of new pollutants have increased creating concern amongst scientists that the pristine air quality could be changing.
More from @BBC: bbc.in/3ANqjlI
A great tide has turned. This is the strongest U.S. climate action ever in the moment when we need it most. It sets us on course for a clean energy future. The country will never turn back, and the gains will be profound. twitter.com/NRDC/status/15…
Congress passed the biggest #ClimateAction in U.S. history. It’s a major step forward, propelling us into the work that remains to address the unjust burden on communities of color. Thank you to @NRDC_Action for its continuous work to build a healthy future for all.
With more tigers comes the need for more focus on safe co-existence between people & predators, so Nepal launched the “Prime Minister Human Wildlife Rescue and Relief Fund” to address the challenges of living with tigers. #TX2
A testament to the government’s conservation, partners like @World_Wildlife & local communities over the last 12 years.
For today’s #GlobalTigerDay in this #YearoftheTiger, #Nepal announced it achieved its global commitment, made in 2010, to double the country’s wild tiger population by 2022. A 2022 survey revealed there are an estimated 355 tigers now in the country, up from 121 in 2010.
This momentous achievement will benefit the wildlife in Ansenuza & strengthen the regional economies.
Photo Credit: Yanina Druetta
This month, the Argentine Congress officially created #AnsenuzaNationalPark & National Reserve. Mar Chiquita Lake & the Río Dulce wetlands are now protected in perpetuity.