As individual organizations we know how to adapt good practices; we know how to measure impact; we know how to inspire and communicate. Now we need to share our successes, collaborate, and amplify our reach to engage new audiences to connect with and fall in love with nature.
The Ontario Bioblitz connects communities with the biodiversity found in their own local landscape through citizen science.
A global synthesis of youth research, recommended policy & action to understand and act on the continued impact of colonization on Climate Change and culture.
BioBlitz Canada 150 was a national “citizen science” project that featured Canadians of all ages working alongside scientists and conservation experts to connect with nature while utilizing technology (the iNaturalist Canada app) in a national inventory of Canadian wildlife we call “Canada’s nature selfie!”
Forest Watcher is a mobile application that brings state of the art deforestation monitoring systems offline and into the field, supporting indigenous communities, park rangers, and local law enforcement with data to inform better forest management.
Olivia (15) and Carter (16) realized early on that if youth are connected to our world on every level, and given an opportunity to express what they care about, amazing things can happen.
The UN Decade on Biodiversity in Germany aims to raise awareness for the importance of nature and biodiversity in our lives and wants to motivate for taking action.