Our Youth Ambassadors are back home from the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawaii but still very much engaged.
In ‘Ambassadors of the Ocean’ Elise points out that the champions of our natural world are not always who you expect.
Samantha describes the efforts of a dedicated group of volunteers and staff from Montréal’s Ecomuseum to help protect Wood Turtle habitat in The Secret Sandpit.
What is kuleana and how did Caroline bring it home from Hawaii? Find out by reading Stories the Ocean Holds
Youth Ambassador Samantha reflects on the challenge of making progress outside the circle of conservationists.
Elise wraps up her time in Hawaii at the World Conservation Congress.
Are you stressed at work? Getting migraines from extended screen time? Easily-distracted? The Doctor called and prescribed a solid dose of Nature. All ages are allowed an unlimited subscription to this prescription.
The side effects of laughter spread through the World Conservation Congress audience watching Nature Rx video. Caroline learned of many other great ways to increase our dosage of Nature.
Forget about the Olympics and the Stanley Cup. Elise is rooting for Team Conservation Canada to bring home the title of the world’s largest marine protected area.
Read more at Competing for a healthier world on our Youth Ambassadors’ blog.
“All on this island, we are stuck together to build our shared future. Our shared future on this great Island in space, and our home: Island Earth.”
Samantha shares Nature’s inspiration on Oahu Island in the latest installment of our Youth Ambassadors’ blog from the World Conservation Congress.
Read more at Island Earth.