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#Regram #RG @unccd: A significant proportion of managed and natural ecosystems are degrading: over the last two decades, approximately 20 per cent of the #Earth’s vegetated surface shows persistent declining trends in productivity, mainly as a result of land/water use and management practices. #LandDegradation #Desertification #TakeAction #MakeDifference #BePartOfTheSolution #ActOnClimateChange #SLM #LandDegradationNeutrality #SDG #GlobalGoals #SDG15 #UnitedNations 🌐

154,924 Likes | 2 days ago | 620

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#Regram #RG @leonardodicapriofdn: LDF is grateful for the support of Jackson Family Wines and @JuliaKJackson, leaders in the wine industry for renewables, on the installation at @LACMA of @johngerrard.inst’s Solar Reserve as part of our art and environment series curated by @sfaadvisory. #LACMA #solarreserve Photo credit: Stefanie Keenan

310,228 Likes | 3 days ago | 1,355

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#Regram #RG @africanparksnetwork: Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve has had a difficult past. Decades of poaching and lawlessness saw a previously productive 1,800 km2 reserve with 1,500 elephants in the 1990’s reduced to fewer than 100 individuals. Game animals were hunted out. Nkhotakota had become an empty Reserve. With wildlife practically gone, there was no reason to visit Nkhotakota, no revenue, no productivity, and little to no value for the surrounding communities. But African Parks had a different vision for the most extensive remaining wild landscape in Malawi, one that included bringing it back to life. Upon assuming management in 2015, we immediately began preparing Nkhotakota for one of the world’s largest wildlife translocations. By August 2017, over a two-year period, the park received almost 500 elephants and 2,000 other animals. Poaching has been dramatically reduced through the presence of a well-trained and equipped ranger team, tourism has begun to increase, and the birth of new calves born in the park from the 2016 translocated elephants has already been documented. Extreme measures were taken to restore this landscape, and it was an extraordinary collaboration between the Government of Malawi, our donors and the team in Nkhotakota. It is early days, but in only two short years, already this park symbolises possibility and what nature can do with our help if only given the chance. Read the full story by clicking the link in the bio. 📷 @frankweitzer _________________________________________⠀ Our work in Nkhotakota would not be possible without the support of our key partners: the DNPW, @postcodeloterij , @peoplespostcodelottery , Stichting Dioraphte, the Wyss Foundation and WWF-Belguim.⠀ ⠀ #AfricanParks #AnnualReport #Restoration #NaturesReturn #Nkhotakota #Malawi ⠀

130,894 Likes | 5 days ago | 1,545

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#Regram #RG @defendersofwildlife: A rule change would spell disaster for red wolves. Visit our red wolf action page to learn more & see what you can do to help. (Link in bio). #redwolves #wolves #StopExtinction #DefendersofWildlife #naturephotography #naturelovers #natureonly #natureshots #naturegram #wildlife #wildlifephotography #wildlifeconservation #wildlifeaddicts #animals #animallovers #animallover #animalsofinstagram #instaanimal #animalsofig

219,129 Likes | 6 days ago | 3,236

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#Regram #RG @oceana: Great news for our oceans! Today, #Starbucks announced plans to eliminate plastic straws from its 28,000 stores worldwide! Starbucks distributes more than 1 billion straws a year, so this news is a great step in breaking free from plastic. Learn more about plastic in our oceans, and how you can #BreakFreeFromPlastic, by following the link in our bio. . . . 🎥: Shutterstock #ocean #oceans #plastic #plastics #straws #stopsucking

347,862 Likes | 7 days ago | 1,657

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Proud to have had a role in producing the upcoming documentary, #Vaquita - Sea Of Ghosts, out early next year. Stay tuned for details. Copyright: Terra Mater Factual Studios

225,492 Likes | 8 days ago | 1,325

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The #vaquita is the world's smallest and most endangered porpoise, and scientists estimate there’s fewer than 30 of them left on Earth. This International #SavetheVaquita Day, help @LeonardoDiCaprioFdn and @NRDC_ORG fight to protect the vaquita before we lose them forever. Follow the link in bio to learn more.

306,671 Likes | 10 days ago | 1,661

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#Regram #RG @rainforestalliance: Bees are nature's unsung heroes. 🐝 Not only is their honey delicious and medicinal, but their pollinating prowess makes them essential to the circle of life. In fact, about 75% of the world's food crops depend on bees and other pollinators. Conventional agriculture practices—including the overuse of agrochemicals and habitat destruction—are killing off bee populations around the world, bringing us closer to the brink of a pollination crisis. Yet there is reason for hope; sustainable farming methods used on Rainforest Alliance Certified farms support the biodiversity that is essential to bees, and to humans too. For communities we work with in Guatemala's Petén region, honey production provides an economic alternative, beyond sustainable timber harvesting, that allows them to earn money and conserve their forests at the same time. Photo by @sergioizquierdophoto #sustainability #rainforestalliance #honeyproduction #reforestation #natureconservation

134,628 Likes | 12 days ago | 1,453

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#Regram #RG @wwf: Great news! Belize is now OFF the @UNESCO in danger list😀👏This was made possible by your continuous support and the collective effort of the Belize coalition. . #DYK that over 11 million people living in and near #WorldHeritage sites depend on them for food, water, medicine and jobs? World Heritage sites belong to all of us, and we must continue to play our part to protect them. #SaveOurHeritage

487,535 Likes | 14 days ago | 2,743

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We produced the documentary, @VirungaMovie, a few years ago to raise awareness about the need to protect the last mountain gorillas. Recent news on oil threats remind us of the need to remain vigilant in protecting Virunga. @VirungaNationalPark has worked hard to build economic alternatives to oil for the local communities. Any decommissioning of the park would destroy that work, create more environmental damage and threaten the endangered mountain gorillas. Click on the link in bio to find out how you can help. Photo Credit: @sachsel

310,261 Likes | 16 days ago | 1,695

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#Regram #RG @africanparksnetwork: Nature is being restored across the 15 parks we currently manage across Africa. Our 2017 Annual Report features the range of interventions currently underway, from extreme species translocations and reintroductions to providing security to create safer spaces for both humans and wildlife. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing the stories of these remarkable parks, starting with the first park we assumed management of in 2003, and one of our greatest conservation successes. Over just 14 years, Majete has transformed from a once-empty forest with no employment or tourism and only a few remaining antelope within its perimeter, to a productive and flourishing haven for Africa's most iconic wildlife, generating revenue and benefits for local communities. Decades of lawlessness and poaching had seen the reserve’s wildlife completely eradicated by the 1990s. This all changed in 2003, when African Parks assumed management of Majete, the first park to enter our portfolio. We immediately began to revive the park through a series of species reintroductions. Today, Majete is flourishing, so much so that wildlife is being moved to populate other parks and private reserves within the country. We've maintained a 14-year track record of zero poaching of rhinos and elephants since their introduction; and tourism has increased 14 percent from last year, with over 9,000 visitors, half of whom were Malawian nationals bringing in over US$550,000 to the reserve and communities. Majete is a tale of a park rising from the ashes – living proof of how a park deemed to be a wasteland can be revived and restored and serve as a life-source for wildlife and humans alike. Read the full story by clicking the link in the bio. Photo @pedromcbride ### African Parks success and ability to restore these areas could not have been achieved without the support of our partners: the DNPW, The Wyss Foundation, @wwfbelgium , the @postcodeloterij and the @peoplespostcod

2,193,554 Likes | 18 days ago | 41,874

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First look. #OnceUponATimeInHollywood

244,833 Likes | 19 days ago | 1,342

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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: For Waorani women living along the Via Maxus oil road in Yasuni National Park, the day begins at the crack of dawn, young children in tow and empty buckets in hand, as they wait in the morning mist for the oil company bus that will take them 1 hour up the road to the oil station. There, the company fills their buckets with potable water and the women haul the heavy buckets home. This sequence is repeated again in the afternoon. Every day. These women can no longer collect drinking water from nearby streams, as oil companies polluted the streams over the last three decades. ⠀ ⠀ Now, we are working alongside Waorani technicians to install rainwater catchment systems that will provide these families with filtered drinking water right next to their homes, improving families' health and reducing their dependency on the oil company. ⠀ ⠀ Interested in supporting this vital work? Follow the link in our bio today to help build solutions to oil pollution in the Amazon. ⠀ ⠀ #LessOilMoreWater #waoraniresistance

240,679 Likes | 21 days ago | 977

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#Regram #RG @algore: It makes me happy when I see evidence that @ClimateReality trainings may be helping to empower inspiring young leaders to make positive change. At only 16 years of age, Climate Reality Leader @Jamie_s_Margolin is leading #ThisIsZeroHour, a youth climate movement helping activists and organizers to take concrete action to address the climate crisis. On July 21, the group will march in Washington, DC to push our leaders to act on climate. http://bit.ly/Zero-Hour

522,017 Likes | 22 days ago | 2,060

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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: The Niokolo-Kobo National Park holds the last remaining population of lions in Senegal with less than 100 lions. Although the species is at dire risk of going extinct in the country, there is hope. With elevated management and law enforcement presence in Niokolo-Koba, the park has the potential of maintaining a population of hundreds of lions. @pantheracats, a grantee of LRF, is working to establish a 656 square mile secure zone—slightly larger than the size of Hong Kong—in the park with plans to gradually expand this zone. #lions #big cats #lionrecovery #wildlifeconservation Photo Credit: Susan McConnell

472,405 Likes | 23 days ago | 2,264

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#Regram #RG @unccd: Planting a tree is just the first step to achieve #landdegradationneutrality. Did you know that restoring degraded lands reduces inequality and conflict in countries affected? 🌳🌱🌷🤩 #isnotjustatree #climateaction #greenearth #peace #equality #happiness

233,821 Likes | 28 days ago | 1,326

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#Regram #RG @conservationorg: Called the “Fitbit for the oceans,” the Ocean Health Index assess ocean health on a local and regional scale. And for the very first time a score has been indexed for Hawaii. . For the people of Hawaii, there is a deep-rooted spiritual, physical and emotional connection to the ocean. When the ocean thrives, the people thrive. The Hawaii Ocean Health Index, built on cultural, economic and ecological values, is the first assessment of its kind to give a more complete picture of ocean health regionally, measuring the benefits our oceans can provide now and into the future. This data sets the stage for a new normal when it comes to safeguarding oceans and coastal environments around the world.

383,374 Likes | 30 days ago | 2,406

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Great news from @leonardodicapriofdn and Tompkins Conservation’s rewilding project. #Regram #RG @tompkins_conservation: A new generation of jaguars is born in Iberá for the first time in decades! Meet the newest additions to Iberá Park in Corrientes, Argentina. These two tiny cubs are the first newborns of our jaguar reintroduction program at Iberá Park and represent the future of their species in the region. The jaguar is the largest feline in the Americas and is currently in critical danger of extinction in Argentina, after having lost 95% of its original distribution. To help avoid the extinction of this species in Argentina, our team has been working urgently in recent years to help bring back jaguar to their native range in the northeastern wetlands of Argentina. The arrival of these cubs marks a historic moment for our rewilding work and for conservation. // ¡Por primera vez en décadas una nueva generación de jaguares nace en el Parque Iberá! Estos dos pequeños cachorros son los primeros recién nacidos de nuestro programa de reintroducción de jaguares en el Parque Iberá y representan el futuro de sus especies en la región. El jaguar es el felino más grande de América y actualmente se encuentra en grave peligro de extinción en Argentina, luego de haber perdido el 95% de su distribución original. Para ayudar a evitar la extinción de esta especie en Argentina, nuestro equipo ha estado trabajando intensamente en los últimos años para ayudar a traer al jaguar a su rango nativo en los humedales del noreste de Argentina. La llegada de estos cachorros marca un momento histórico para nuestro trabajo de conservación. #nationalparks #conservation #wildlife #rewilding

203,215 Likes | 31 days ago | 892

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#Regram #RG @nrdc_org: Not a single marine mammal has gone extinct in U.S. waters since the Marine Mammal Protection Act was enacted 45 years ago, yet anti-wildlife members of Congress are still threatening to gut it. NRDC won’t let that happen. Our oceans team works hard to protect and strengthen the MMPA, to help these important species recover, and to prevent the endangerment of others. #WorldOceansWeek

344,164 Likes | 33 days ago | 1,498

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@LeonardoDiCaprioFdn is partnering with Porky Hefer on this project that uses eco-friendly art to bring attention to the issues impacting wildlife. Thank you to @SFAAdvisory and @southernguildgallery for bringing South African artist, Porky Hefer’s work to @DesignMiami/ Basel. Learn more about Porky’s work benefiting LDF’s mission to protect these endangered species. Courtesy of Southern Guild, photos by Antonia Steyn

249,231 Likes | 34 days ago | 756

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#Regram #RG @ca_waterkeepers: A watershed moment for our Waterkeepers. Vanity Fair features our work as “aquatic superheroes,” who defend clean water from Trump and Pruitt. Check out the magazine on newsstands now and 🔗 in bio.💧 • Photo @danielmanssonphotography @vanityfair @vfphoto. Special thanks @runronrun • #Waterkeepers #BlueResistance #WorldOceansDay #VanityFair

487,834 Likes | 35 days ago | 1,718

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#Regram #RG @thewcs: Tropical forests are in trouble. Right now, habitat loss is one of the greatest threats to the future of elephants, tigers, and countless other species. The Tropical Forest Conservation Act (TFCA) is an important tool to help combat it. TFCA agreements have saved more than 67 million acres of forest in Botswana, Brazil, the Philippines, Indonesia, and many other countries. Bipartisan legislation has been introduced that would ensure this program continues, and even expands to protect more areas. If you’re in the U.S., contact your senators via the link in our bio and urge them to support it. . . #asia #forest #elephants #asianelephants #tropicalforests #senate #legislation #speakup #actnow #conservation #habitatloss

164,925 Likes | 37 days ago | 1,085

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This #WorldOceansDay, @LeonardoDiCaprioFdn partner, Global Fishing Watch is helping bring transparency to global fishing, supporting efforts to improve monitoring and enforcement to stop illegal fishing. globalfishingwatch.org/map

171,105 Likes | 38 days ago | 640

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#Regram #RG @sierraclub: Over 100 people rallied in Anchorage, Alaska this past Wednesday to oppose drilling in the Arctic Refuge. @mypubliclands is taking comments on its plan only until June 19th -- make sure to add yours at sc.org/Arctic #DefendTheSacredAK #ProtectTheArctic #StandWithTheGwichin

179,763 Likes | 39 days ago | 1,049

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#Regram #RG @natgeo: Photograph by @enricsala The high seas - marine waters beyond any country’s jurisdiction - cover 64 percent of the ocean’s surface, and are dominated by a handful of fishing countries that reap the biggest benefits of fishing in these global commons. The main types of fishing in the high seas target tuna (like the yellowfin in the photo), sharks, squid, krill, and deep bottom-dwelling fish. But do these countries really benefit from that distant fishing? And who does? A new @natgeopristineseas study reveals that, without large government subsidies, fishing in more than half of the current high seas fishing grounds would be unprofitable. In fact, on aggregate, subsidies to high seas fishing (more than $4 billion per year) are more than twice larger than the profits. These results support the idea of eliminating subsidies that perpetuate overfishing and destruction of the marine environment. For a bolder proposal for conservation of the high seas, watch Enric Sala's TED talk (link at @enricsala profile) @natgeo @globalfishingwatch #highseas

205,880 Likes | 40 days ago | 1,428

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#Regram #RG @amazonfrontlines: In February, despite massive protests by indigenous Amazonians, the Ecuadorian government announced the auction of 16 new oil blocks in the Amazon, covering nearly 7 million acres of roadless, primary rainforest. Block 22 overlaps the legal territory of 18 Waorani communities. All 18 communities are united in resistance and launched a global campaign last week in opposition to oil extraction on indigenous lands. They have drafted a petition to oil companies telling them not to bid on Oil Block 22. Their lands are not for sale. ⠀ ⠀ Support the Waorani and help defend the Amazon. Sign the global petition petition telling oil companies that Waorani land, the most biodiverse rainforest on Earth, is not for sale! ⠀ ⠀ Link in Bio. ⠀ ⠀ #WaoraniResistance #resistenciawaorani

577,948 Likes | 44 days ago | 2,475

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#Regram #RG @nrdc_org: Exactly a year ago, President Trump vowed to withdraw U.S. participation from the 2015 Paris climate agreement. Fortunately, leaders across the country have rejected Trump’s call to walk away from the promise of Paris. That’s why we are proud to join @BloombergDotOrg in announcing the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge: which calls on America’s mayors to lead the way in tackling climate change and join the #WeAreStillIn pledge. Learn more in our profile link.

580,979 Likes | 45 days ago | 2,149

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#Regram #RG @oceanconservancy: The way all our ocean’s beaches should look 💙 Click the link in our bio to learn about and join our 2018 International Coastal Cleanup and make sure more and more shorelines look like this beautiful photo by @adventures_ofjess! 🌊

277,094 Likes | 46 days ago | 4,053

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#Regram #RG @everytown: Too many voices have been silenced; ours don’t have to be. On June 1, National Gun Violence Awareness Day, #WearOrange, a color so loud it can’t be ignored. Text ORANGE to 644-33 to find a Wear Orange Weekend event near you.

526,950 Likes | 47 days ago | 2,371

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#Regram #RG @oceana: TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Right now, Secretary Zinke is working to destroy vital protections for the #Arctic Ocean and the beluga whales that depend on it. Dangerous new oil and gas exploration activities in the Arctic’s Beaufort Sea would effectively sabotage belugas’ ability to communicate and survive. It’s on us to protect these highly sociable marine mammals from President Trump’s catastrophic offshore drilling plans. Click the link in our bio to make your voice heard before the May 30th comment deadline. #ProtectOurCoast . . . Photo Credit: Vicki Beaver (NSB) #ocean #whale #whales #trump #takeaction

298,259 Likes | 49 days ago | 1,674

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#Regram #RG @unfoundation: Powering the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan is the largest solar plant ever built in a refugee camp. The size of 33 soccer fields, the plant provides 12 to 14 hours of power per day. Before the solar plant, energy was expensive and less reliable, with families only able to use electricity for 6-8 hours a day. . The benefits of the solar plant are far-reaching: allowing children to study at night, families to more safely walk in the camp, food to stay fresh longer, and more. It also cuts carbon emissions (the equivalent of 30,000 barrels of oil) and energy costs, saving the @UnitedNations half a million U.S. dollars per month. The solar plant also creates job opportunities by employing Syrian refugees who live in Za’atari. . This green technology is run by @Refugees, dedicated to building better futures for the millions forced from home. . . . #WithRefugees #GlobalGoals #SDGs #SolarPower . Photo credit: @stuartramson/ UN Foundation

134,927 Likes | 51 days ago | 1,299

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What does indigenous resistance on the frontlines of oil expansion in the Amazon look like? The Waorani people are showing the world. Watch this video about the Waorani’s movement to protect their rainforest territory from destruction at the hands of the oil industry and then sign the petition telling the oil companies that the most biodiverse place on Earth is not for sale. Link in bio. #WaoraniResistance #ResistenciaWaoran i#Keepitintheground #NoBlock22 #IndigenousRights #ClimateAction #ClimateJustice #directaction #deforestation #environmentaljustice #forests #Amazon #rainforest

535,658 Likes | 52 days ago | 2,270

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#Regram #RG @conservationorg: With a responsibility for 10% of the world’s ocean surface, 23 Pacific countries and territories came together to form the Pacific Oceanscape. This framework was put in place in order to protect, manage and sustain the Pacific Ocean’s cultural and natural integrity. Here at @ConservationOrg, we work hand-in-hand with these communities and governments across the #Pacific to conserve critical habitats in the region, including islands, coasts and the open #ocean.

196,573 Likes | 53 days ago | 1,275

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If we don’t act now, oil companies will continue to push deeper and deeper into the most biodiverse rainforest on Earth, threatening one of our planet’s most important defenses against climate change and the indigenous peoples who have lived there for millennia. The Waorani people, guardians of this ancient forest, are united in resistance. Stand with them by signing their declaration that their rainforest is not for sale. Link in bio. #WaoraniResistance #ResistenciaWaorani #Keepitintheground #NoBlock22 #IndigenousRights #ClimateAction #ClimateJustice #directaction #deforestation #environmentaljustice #forests #Amazon #rainforest

107,082 Likes | 54 days ago | 545

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#Regram #RG @unbiodiversity: Happy #IntlBiodiversityDay everyone!! This year's theme marks 25 years of safeguarding life on Earth🌍💚 . For the past 25 years, Parties to @UNBiodiversity have been undertaking actions to conserve biodiversity, use it sustainably, and equitably share the benefits from the use of genetic resources. Working hard for a better world! #Biodiversity25Years #IDB2018 More info: www.cbd.int/idb/2018

782,891 Likes | 54 days ago | 11,401

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We must protect this planet and the incredible species that live here.

381,471 Likes | 54 days ago | 1,788

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Proud of the great work from the @leonardodicapriofdn and Wildlife Conservation Network initiative, @LionRecovery Fund (LRF). They recently announced six new grants in key lion sites across Africa. Each of these projects shows there is hope for lions to recover. Link in bio to learn about the different projects. Photo Credit: Susan McConnell

446,611 Likes | 59 days ago | 2,087

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#Regram #RG @oceana: Opening the floodgates to dirty and dangerous offshore drilling is a catastrophe waiting to happen for marine life, coastal communities and our oceans. President Trump’s radical offshore drilling plan puts oil industry priorities ahead of people, ignoring widespread local and state opposition. SPEAK UP! Tell President Trump and Secretary Zinke: No new offshore drilling before our oceans, marine life and communities pay the ultimate price. (Link in bio) #ProtectOurCoast . . . 📸: Shutterstock #whale #whales #ocean #takeaction

285,081 Likes | 60 days ago | 1,446

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#Regram #RG @conservationorg: A new bill in #Hawaii looks ban companies from selling #sunscreen with two chemicals that damage #coral #reefs. The bill would make Hawaii the first state in the U.S. to enact legislation designed to protect marine #ecosystems by banning sunscreens with such chemicals.

420,195 Likes | 61 days ago | 1,793

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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica Photo by @neilmidlane #tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism

356,019 Likes | 63 days ago | 1,938

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#Regram #RG @world_wildlife: Results from the largest ever research study of gorillas and chimpanzees in Western Equatorial Africa show population numbers higher than first believed. The bad news is that 80% of these great apes live outside of protected areas. To save them we must address their greatest threats: poaching, illegal logging, and habitat destruction. You can read more about the study by following the link in our bio.

234,499 Likes | 65 days ago | 1,213

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#Regram #RG @unenvironment: Together, we can #BeatPlasticPollution. Join a clean-up or start your own for #WorldEnvironmentDay 🌍🌏🌎 on 5 June - registration link in our bio ⬆️⬆️⬆️ #BeatPollution #CleanSeas 📷 @cyrilvillemain / UN Environment

143,578 Likes | 67 days ago | 874

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#Regram #RG @AmazonFrontlines: What do you do when the oil industry has poisoned your drinking water? ⠀ ⠀ In the northern Ecuadorian Amazon, indigenous communities are building their own solutions through systems that collect and filter rainwater. ⠀ You can help them reach their goal: link in bio.⠀ ⠀ #LessOilMoreWater

243,131 Likes | 69 days ago | 2,899

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Proud that Appian Way took part in producing this film. In theaters November 21. #RobinHoodMovie

448,062 Likes | 71 days ago | 1,935

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#Regram #RG @oceana: The demand for fins is one of the greatest threats facing #shark populations around the world, and fins from as many as 73 million #sharks end up in the global shark fin trade every year. While shark finning is illegal in U.S. waters, shark fins continue to be bought and sold throughout the U.S. Tell your representative to support a nationwide ban on the trade of shark fins by following the link in our bio. #FinBanNow . . . 📸: Shutterstock #ocean #takeaction #shark #sharks

475,719 Likes | 72 days ago | 3,074

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#Regram #RG @conservationorg: “What is the meaning of our lives, really, if we work and live destroying the planet while sacrificing the future of our children? What is the meaning of our lives if our decision... is to reduce the opportunities for our children or grandchildren?” – French President @EmmanuelMacron, addressing US Congress. Unite in the fight against #climatechange. Act now. conservation.org/climatepledge #PlanetB #Macron

193,232 Likes | 73 days ago | 1,028

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The inspirational #JaneGoodall at Monday’s philanthropy dinner following the Milken Institute Global Conference.

632,249 Likes | 74 days ago | 4,203

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#Regram #RG @wwf: Great news for this little guy! For the first time in decades, population of the critically #endangered river dolphins in the Mekong has risen! 22 babies were born in the last two years and there are now 92 Irrawaddy dolphins! They are threatened by #habitat #degradation and fishing nets. But effective river patrolling and the strict confiscation of illegal gillnets has given the species new hope. ❤️🐬 . © Cambodia WWF / Gerry Ryan / WWF-Greater Mekong . . . #mekong #irrawaddy #dolphin #dolphins #river #Thailand #Cambodia #Myanmar #Laos #Vietnam #success #win #biodiversity

309,908 Likes | 75 days ago | 9,943

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#Regram #RG @nrdc_org: We don’t remember anyone voting to kill elephants, bears, and whales in the 2016 election, but somehow that’s become part of President Trump’s agenda. These iconic species shouldn’t die in the name of big-game hunters and corporate interests. Take action in our profile link!

301,626 Likes | 77 days ago | 1,225

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#Regram #RG @nature_org: The Dugout Ranch operated by @nature_utah embodies the vision of conservation minded individuals and the mission of @nature_org. Originally a series of homesteads in the 1880’s it was purchased by @nature_org in 1997 and was expanded to host students and research groups as a research station as well as working cattle ranch. Only with vision like this can we work together securing our planets future. Thank you so much for your hospitality @nature_utah and supporting this project celebrating our public lands!! #earthoptimism #gratitude #rushingthroughutah

452,420 Likes | 78 days ago | 2,538

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#Regram #RG @nrdc_org: The Desert Lily Preserve is a 2,000 acre protected area of the California Desert that serves as a sanctuary for some of the state's most stunning wildflowers.

343,532 Likes | 79 days ago | 1,935

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#Regram #RG @unenvironment: The rapid pace of #climatechange, combined with a population explosion in the last century, habitat loss, chemical and other pollution, is causing ecological imbalances and pushing more and more species towards the brink of extinction. #BeatPollution #CleanSeas #BreatheLife

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Leonardo DiCaprio post on Instagram
#Regram #RG @unbiodiversity: Marine and coastal biodiversity are the world’s largest source of protein and under serious threat from pollution. We have to protect these vital systems by reducing marine pollution! Over three billion people depend on it for their livelihoods. #GlobalGoal14 🌍💙🌊 Photo credit: Hermansyah/ Unsplash📸 . . #GlobalGoals #marine #coastal #lifeunderwater #biodiversity #ecosystems #Beatpollution #BeatPlasticPollution #sustainability #water #biodiversity #natgeo #animals #influencer #CleanSeas #SeaLegacy #TurningTheTide #climatechange #marinecosystems #marinepollution #photooftheday #nature #oceans #un #unitednations #wwf

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Leonardo DiCaprio post on Instagram
#Regram #RG @unfccc: On #WorldPenguinDay, we must not forget that #ClimateChange is the most dangerous threat facing these feathered friends 🐧 . A study from the @udelaware found that up to 60 percent of the current Adélie penguin habitat in Antarctica could be unfit to host colonies by the end of the century . A study from the Multidisciplinary Institute in Strasbourg found 70 percent of King #penguins - around 1.1 million breeding pairs - may disappear or be forced to find new homes before the end of the century . The best way to ensure the penguin’s survival? Take #ClimateAction today. #GlobalGoals #SDG13 #SDG15