Инстаграм Леонардо ДиКаприо (Leonardo DiCaprio)

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Today is the launch of the TED Talk that Big Oil doesn’t want you to hear. Earlier this year, Waorani leader Nemonte Nenquimo stood on a trail in the heart of her people’s ancestral territory in the Amazon rainforest and recorded an 8-minute video message for Big Oil, for world leaders, and for all citizens of our rapidly warming planet. She spoke on behalf of her ancestors and on behalf of Mother Earth. Today, her message to the Western world goes live as a TED Countdown Talk, and we need your help to share her story. If we can get millions of people to listen to her message and take action in the coming weeks, then we have a real opportunity to stop the oil companies and the mining companies from entering Indigenous ancestral territories. It’s now or never for the rainforest. Take action today and share Nemonte’s call to action at the link in bio. @Nemonte.nenquimo @Amazonfrontlines @alianzaCeiboAmazonia @ted
11/23/2021 11:47
From @yaleenvironment360: Chile’s Northern Patagonian Ice Field is among the few habitats expected to endure rising temperatures, making it a potential refuge for wildlife. As the world warms, conservationists and governments will be seeking to protect more areas like this.⁠ ⁠ By mid-century, much of the earth’s land surface will experience significantly different climatic conditions than today. To plan protected areas in such a world will require a creative approach to conservation, including identifying future refuges for many species and establishing vital wildlife corridors. ⁠ ⁠ The issue has taken on increasing urgency, as more nations support a goal of placing 30 percent of the earth’s continents and oceans in protected areas by 2030. Many protected areas will become less and less suited to the type of organisms and ecosystems they were created to protect. “The idea of national parks as a place where you could draw a line around an area and not do much of anything but protect it from external threats, that biodiversity would persist there — that’s no longer an accurate portrayal,” says one ecologist.⁠ ⁠ Scientists are now seeking places where climate change is likely to happen more slowly than in immediately surrounding areas. They call these places “refugia.” For every species and from every threat, there are potential refugia. Climate refugia aren’t intended to completely resist change. “It’s more realistic to think about it as a slow lane. The climate is changing less quickly there, so it potentially gives an opportunity for a species to adapt, or just have enough time to establish elsewhere,” says a U.S Geological Survey research ecologist.⁠ ⁠ To read the full article, click the link in @yaleenvironment360’s bio. Reporting by Zach St. George.⁠ ⁠ Photo Credit: George Rose / Getty Images
11/23/2021 07:00
CONTENT WARNING: POLICE VIOLENCE “The Wet’suwet’en people, under the governance of their hereditary Chiefs, are standing in the way of the largest fracking project in Canadian history. Our medicines, our berries, our food, our animals, our water, our culture, our homes are all here since time immemorial. We will never abandon our children to live in a world with no clean water. We uphold our ancestral responsibilities. There will be no pipelines on Wet’suwet’en territory.” –Sleydo’, Gidimt’en Checkpoint Spokesperson, before her arrest on November 19 After setting up a blockade to protect their land, community, and sacred headwaters Wedzin Kwa from Coastal GasLink’s planned fracked gas pipeline, the Wet’suwet’en Nation has faced militarized raids from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. This past weekend, the RCMP, escorting Coast GasLink workers and equipment, violently arrested unarmed Indigenous land defenders and journalists and refused access to the territory to Chief Woos, other Wet’suwet’en supporters, allies, or media. Take Action: Issue a solidarity statement from your organization or group. Host a solidarity rally or action in your area. Pressure the government, banks, and investors. http://yintahaccess.com/take-action-1 Donate. http://go.rallyup.com/wetsuwetenstrong Spread the word. #WetsuwetenStrong #AllOutForWedzinKwa #ShutDownCanada #FreeSleydo #Wetsuweten More information and developing stories: Website: Yintahaccess.com IG: @yintah_access Twitter: @Gidimten Facebook: @wetsuwetenstrong Youtube: Gidimten Access Point TikTok: GidimtenCheckpoint Video from @yintah_access
11/23/2021 01:42
From @natgeo: Verified Photo by @beverlyjoubert / Beyond the overt devastation that poaching wreaks on wild species, there are many other more subtle, more insidious impacts. In elephants, researchers are seeing growing evidence of harm—not only for population numbers but also in the animals’ very genetics. In some parts of the world, for example, ivory poaching appears to have triggered complex genetic changes that are driving a surge in tusklessness—a shift that may protect these iconic giants from poachers, but also unleash unknown ripple effects on their well-being and the health of ecosystems. The consequences of our intense exploitation of the natural world are vast and undeniable. The need for change and action has never been more urgent. #elephants #endpoaching #wildlife #elephantconservation
11/19/2021 07:00
"We will not be silent. We will never be silent." In this spoken-word poem, Nadia April, San Indigenous Women program officer for the Women’s Leadership Centre in Windhoek, Namibia, makes an impassioned plea to fellow Namibians to reject Canada-based ReconAfrica's plans to drill for oil and gas in the Okavango River Basin. Together, we can #SaveTheOkavango.
11/19/2021 12:31
Activists with @blueheartrivers have been working to protect the Vjosa for a decade and their efforts have won global support. If the Vjosa were made a national park, it would permanently protect it from nearby oil exploration and dams, among other things. A Vjosa National Park would attract an estimated 1.5 million visitors each year, generate about 20 million Euros in income each year and create six jobs in local communities for every one job in the national park. Follow the link in bio to sign the petition to add your voice to make #VjosaNationalParkNow.
11/17/2021 08:28
@DontLookUpFilm is in select theaters December 10 and on @Netflix December 24. @netflixfilm #dontlookup
11/16/2021 06:50
Indigenous peoples should decide the future of the Amazon. We have a massive opportunity to secure #IndigenousRights and the #RightsofNature. Tomorrow, history will be made when a hearing before Ecuador’s Constitutional Court takes place for the first time ever in the heart of the Amazon, to recognize their legal right to make the final decision on any extractive project in their land. Indigenous peoples need our support to back them in this fight. Sign the letter at the #linkinbio to Ecuador’s highest court, Corte Constitucional Del Ecuador, demanding that Indigenous peoples have the final say over what happens in their ancestral rainforest territories. @confeniae @conaie @coica_amazonia_oficial @amazonfrontlines @alianzaceibo
11/14/2021 10:10

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