TODAY students all over the world are taking to the streets for the #FridaysForFuture student #ClimateStrike, protecting because the future of our planet depends on action NOW. We’re showing support for the student #SchoolStrike4Climate with a virtual march and you can too. LINK IN BIO.
Happy #WorldTurtleDay. Leatherback turtles are one of the world's largest reptiles. They feed almost exclusively on jellyfish — except when they make the deadly mistake of swallowing plastic bags, balloons and other trash that resemble their favorite food. . Get up close and personal the leatherback turtle in our newest virtual reality experience with @3D_Vision3, “Drop in the Ocean.” Brought to life with support from @SCJ and @VulcanProduction, you can catch the public premiere of our unique ocean adventure starting TODAY at the @CalAcademy. LINK IN BIO to learn more. #TogetherAnOcean
Our food system, our economies, our cities and our communities — they’re all adapted to the climate we currently live in. But what if the climate changes too fast for us to keep up? The fate of the one and only planet we’ve ever called home is uncertain. It is in everyone's interest to come together to address the challenges we face.
Catch the public premiere of our VR experience with Vision3, “Drop in the Ocean,” when it heads to the @CalAcademy May 23-July 14. This wild and unique voyage uncovers the truth of life underwater at a time when the world is grappling with how to protect our vital oceans and marine life. LINK IN BIO. #TogetherAnOcean
#MondayMotivation: Want to help combat #ClimateBreakdown? Talk about it. Climate change can lead to decision paralysis — it seems like such a difficult and complicated problem that often no one knows what to do about it or how they can make a difference, so they ignore it. But we encourage you to talk more about climate change even if you don’t have all the answers. That’s where creativity and solutions come from. And that’s what will help our leaders and decision-makers realize that climate change is an important issue for current and future voters — and be compelled to do something about it.
Meet the panther chameleon of Madagascar who loves sunbathing and enjoy a good feast of cockroaches. They change color for camouflage and to communicate. When carrying eggs, females turn dark brown or black with orange striping to tell males they aren't interested. When two males come into contact, they turn brighter colors to assert dominance.
@ConservationOrg Senior Director Jack Kittinger hosts a special #AskAScientist Instagram Live in partnership with @VulcanProduction to answer your questions about the state of our oceans and sustainable fishing practices. To learn more check out Vulcan's #GhostFleetFilm, out in theaters this June: bit.ly/GhostFleetFilm