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#Regram #RG @everydayclimatechange: Photo by John Novis @johnnovis for @everydayclimatechange Cocoa Farmer in Cameroon Forest Solutions Cameroon - Konye's Cooperative Cocoa Farming. Ndomon Albert, 21, a farmer working on a cocoa farm in the village of Essam, Molongo. Working together in cooperative units and practicing agroforestry to produce a diversity of crops, including cocoa, farmers can support themselves financially in the long term, while providing food for their families and local markets. Agroforestry relies on biodiversity and can restore fertility to fallow and degraded lands, creating a physical and financial buffer from degradation of the remaining forests and improving the soil's ability to nourish plants and produce food. Apart from the benefits of biodiversity and community financial support, agroforestry can be a sustainable solution against the industrial exploitation of the Congo basin forests, which concerned scientists and environmentalists claim will determine the future climate change. If left alone, the forest area is a vital collector of CO2 but if the forests are felled and the land is converted to industrial farming, as has been widely practiced for the past 30 years in south-east Asia, then the forest conversion emits vast quantities of CO2 and intensifies climate change. #cocoa #cocoafarming #farmer #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #everydayclimatechange #change #climateaction #globalwarming #deforestation #biodiversity @greenpeace


20 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @unfccc: Pollution decreased by 38% in areas of Barcelona which deployed #climate-friendly concepts, as shown in this video from our #COP23 partner #DeutschePostDHL . #ClimateAction #ParisAgreement


18 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @nytimes: This small agricultural village in the hills of Indonesia's Sumatra island is a testament to happy days in human-elephant relations. When the village — Gajah Makmur, which means “Prosperous Elephant” — was founded in 1991, residents nursed an injured wild elephant back to health. But then it disappeared into the forest, never to be seen again. But when wild elephants raided, villagers organized into brigades and used everything they could gather — pots and pans, a megaphone — to scare off the rampaging giants, forcing them to a palm oil plantation elsewhere. It was just 1 example of how the rapid expansion of palm oil plantations into elephant territory in Indonesia has brought humans and elephants into more frequent conflict. Increasingly, that conflict is deadly. Sumatra, in the western part of the country, has one of the largest populations of Asian elephants outside India. But their numbers are decreasing quickly, from an estimated 2,800 in 2007 to around 1,700 in 2014. Along with habitat destruction, poaching is considered a major threat to the species. @kemaljufri took this photo of an elephant transporting palm oil tree branches. Visit the link in our profile to read more. #🐘


17 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @stevewinterphoto: @stevewinterphoto @natgeo Here are 2 cubs cooling off and relaxing in a tree. Jaguars are the 3rd largest of the big cats. Found from US / Mexico border to northern Argentina. Jaguars have rebounded in this area where 95% of the land is privately owned. In the past many ranchers would kill the cats when they ate their cattle. Today in this area tourism brings in much more money to the local economy than cattle ranching. So the jaguar population is increasing. But revenge killings of jaguars happen close to this area and all throughout the jaguars range. Also poaching for skins, bones and teeth is growing for the first time since the 1970’s to feed the demand for Asian Traditional Medicine and luxury items from endangered species. “Stop the demand and the killing can too.” @wildaid My first story with big cats was the 1st @natgeo Jaguar story 20 years ago! It has changed my life working with the magical and magnificent cats of the world. Animals have emotions just like we have-kids hang out and play like these 2 cubs. Forests provide us with up to 50% of the oxygen we breathe - oceans the rest. They give us 75% of the fresh water. If we can save the forest of the Amazon and other areas in Central and South America for the JAGUAR and Puma. The forests of Central Africa for the leopard, lion, elephants etc. And the forests of South Asia for the Tigers and Leopards. If you save the top predator in any ecosystem you save everything that lives with them. So if - We Save Big Cats we can help Save Ourselves. #follow me @stevewinterphoto to see more images from my work with @natgeo and Thanks!! @stevewinterphoto @natgeo #nglive @natgeochannel @natgeowild @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #fursforlife #BCI #bigcatsintiative #startwith1thing @projetooncafari @refugioecologicocaiman @pantheracats @pantanalsafaris @africanparksnetwork #CanonUSA @CanonUSA #reddigitalcinema @africanparksnetwork @sanctuaryasia @reddigitalcinema


15 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @natgeo: Photo by @FransLanting Emperor penguins never set foot on land. They gather on the sea ice that forms around Antarctica each winter to raise their young. It’s a race against time because they have to fledge their chicks before the sea ice melts in late summer. It is hard to know yet what the ultimate effects of climate change will be for these remarkable birds, but the worst-case scenario is that the sea ice will start melting from under the feet of young emperors before they are ready to go to sea. The birds cannot go anywhere else because the massive edge of the Antarctic ice shelf prevents them from going inland. Just like polar bears in the Arctic, emperor penguins are totally dependent on sea ice for their survival. They are like canaries in a global coal mine when it comes to bearing witness how our planet is changing. Follow me @FransLanting and @ChristineEckstrom to learn how emperors are coping with life. @natgeotravel @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #Penguins #Antarctica #Climatechange #leonardodicaprio


12 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @leonardodicapriofdn: Announcing #Reefscape, a partnership between @carnegieairborne, @planetlabs and LDF that aims to help us better understand the condition of #CoralReefs around the world, as well as build a foundation for a new #satellite mission to study #coral from space and advance #conservation efforts. Follow the link in bio to learn more. Photo courtesy of Greg Asner / Divephoto.org


11 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @sea_legacy: Photo by @DaisyGilardini // The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) officially classifies the polar bear as "Vulnerable" on its Red List of Threatened Species.™ The worldwide population of polar bears is estimated to be between 22,000 and 31,000 individuals, of which roughly two-in-three — anywhere from 60% to 80% — live in Canada. Around 600 official hunting tags are licensed each year to native Inuit hunters, who can then sell those tags to non-resident trophy hunters, in some cases for tens of thousands of dollars. Local stakeholders, area residents, Aboriginal people — First Nations, Inuit and Métis — guiding outfitters, trophy hunters, scientists, researchers and politicians of all stripes all have strong opinions about fluctuations in the polar bear population, based on their own private agendas, interests and beliefs. One fact is clear, though, regardless of the debate: Climate change is real, verifiable and plain to see. And so is the threat to the species. #TurningTheTide #WapuskNationalPark #PolarBear #explorecanada


08 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @oceana: #BREAKING: Today, the Trump administration announced its plans to open nearly all U.S. federal waters to offshore drilling activities. This plan opens the floodgates to dirty and dangerous offshore drilling, threatening coastal economies that rely on clean and healthy oceans. This radical offshore drilling plan is a clear example of politics over people, ignoring widespread local and state opposition. Together, we must stand united against this grave attack, before it’s too late. Add your name now to tell Secretary Zinke that you oppose offshore drilling (link in bio). #ProtectOurCoast


05 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @conservationorg: December 2008: Ecuador’s Socio Bosque Program Launched . In 2008, Conservation International launched the Programa Socio Bosque in Ecuador, which pays private landowners and indigenous communities to protect forests. Socio Bosque is a program that directly targets areas that generate benefit for climate, freshwater, species and poverty alleviation. Since the program’s inception, over 50,000 people from indigenous and rural communities have received direct economic benefits through Socio Bosque. Over 510,000 hectares of forest and paramos (AKA alpine grasslands and wetlands) are now protected through Socio Bosque. What started out as a simple mantra, “people need nature to thrive,” has led to 30 years of leadership in the conservation space. For the next 12 days, CI is taking a look back on our journey and accomplishments together, and the work that lies ahead. Follow along at #12DaysofConservation


05 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @mattiasklumofficial: A manta ray glides over me and my camera in Indonesia's Raja Ampat. Mantas are filter feeders and eat large quantities of zooplankton, which they swallow with their open mouths as they swim. Mantas do visit cleaning stations for the removal of parasites like in this short film. The largest mantas can reach 1,350 kg (2,980 lb) and at least 7 m (23 ft) in "wingspan". In 2014, Indonesia brought in a fishing and export ban as it realized that manta ray tourism is more economically beneficial than allowing the fish to be killed. A dead manta is worth $50 to $600 while manta ray tourism can bring in $1 million during the life of a single manta ray. Indonesia has 2.2 million square miles of ocean and this is now the world's largest sanctuary for manta rays. Mantas have one of the highest brain-to-body mass ratios of all fish and if approached with care and respect they can be curious and spend a long time with you. The coral reefs of Raja Ampat are some of the richest marine habitats on Earth. Let's protect Raja Ampat and other fragile marine- and terrestrial ecosystems on this vulnerable and magical planet! Shot on assignment with @ansgarklumphotos & @naturebyeinar #thecoraleden #mantaray #rajaampat #indonesia #marine #ecosystem #protectbiodiversiry #paradise #divers #instagood #photooftheday #mattiasklum #wwf #iucn #conservation @natgeo @alexandrovklumofficial @thephotosociety @irisalexandrov


04 Jan 2018


The end of the year is a time to reflect on the role we can play in protecting our planet. From reducing our carbon footprint to taking pressure off the ocean, there are immediate ways to make a difference. Eating fish is better for the environment than other meat protein, reducing both our carbon footprint and the pollution from industrial agriculture. Sustainable fish farms also take pressure off endangered ocean species so they can regenerate. The health of the planet depends on the health of the ocean, which is why I support and invest in @I.LoveTheWild and their efforts to help all of us do our part. Link in bio to learn more. Photo was taken in Norway at a third-generation, family-run farm where there hasn't been a single salmon escape in over 10 years due to careful monitoring.


01 Jan 2018


#Regram #RG @greenpeace: This is one of the first ever images taken of the Amazon Reef, off the coast of Brazil, in January 2017. There’s so much we still need to learn about this place, but it’s already under threat. 2 oil companies, BP and Total, want to drill near the area, and a spill would be devastating to this amazing biome. #amazonreef #amazon #brazil #amazonia#amazonas #greenpeace #instaphoto#instapic #picoftheday #instadaily#oildrilling #environment #nature #oceans#ocean #diving #reef #coralreef


29 Dec 2017