#Repost@unenvironment Jaguars are back! In the wake of the 10-year challenge on environmental issues, there are also positive stories to be happy about. 10 years later, jaguars are back in Iberá National Park 🏞 with two newborn cubs 🐆 at the park thanks to @tompkins_conservation.
On Valentine's Day Romeo, the world's loneliest frog, swam into our hearts when @Global_Wildlife_Conservation and @centro_kayra launched a quest to find him a mate. We’re thrilled to announce that the team have, against the odds, found his Juliet (pictured) in the cloud forests of Bolivia! Hop on over to @global_wildlife_conservation to follow the couple as they embark on an audacious journey to save their species from extinction. #Match4Romeo
“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.” – Margaret Mead Only by working together can we start to slow our planet’s warming. @groundedsummit is bringing together scientists, innovators, educators and artists committed to addressing #climatechange. Will we see you there? https://grounded.org/
#Repost@oneearth What do scientists feel these days? @other00story met with Mathieu Lihoreau, professor in ecology and researcher in cognitive behavior in small brained insects, to discuss. Mathieu sat down to talk about his feelings as a scientist in the midst of a mass extinction of bees, why he researches, what touches him and what he has learned from the bees. - Other Story is an ongoing documentary project, comprised of short films presenting personal stories in this world of monumental change.
LDF is proud of our partners at RESOLVE who are unveiling a technological breakthrough for environmental conservation at #CES2019 – the Trailguard camera sensor, which uses the cutting-edge #Movidius AI technology to help monitor and protect wild forests. Follow the link in bio to read more.
#Repost@wildnetorg Did you know lions are born blind and helpless? A lioness will leave her pride to find a safe and secluded place to give birth to her litter, which usually consists of 1-6 cubs. She keeps her cubs hidden for 4-6 weeks and is their sole caretaker. If she has to move them, she does so by picking up the cubs one-by-one with her mouth. When they join back with the pride, any lactating female will suckle the cubs and there is no favoritism for their own offspring. Photo: @susankmcconnell #NewYearNewHope#lions#lioncub#wildlife#Africa#conservation