I think all of us should be ‘prisoners of hope’. We shouldn’t preach doom and gloom. We should be talking about what can be done to benefit all of us on this planet.
We need to link farmers and customers: “If a farmer knows his customer, he will never poison their food. If a customer knows the farmer growing his food, they won’t bargain with him.
The pandemic is a clear and present sign that we are doing something wrong, and a gateway to do something better.
How do we reconnect with nature? We do it by falling in love with what gives us life. That means restoring the water protectors which are the salmon runs
The relationship between people and nature must be one of interdependence, otherwise we risk overlooking something that Indigenous Peoples have known all along: that we are nature and nature is us, and failing to see this simple truth is what has gotten us into this mess in the first place.
If we fail to act now, future generations will ask why did we not act to save the earth given all the evidence we have?
We rely on nature for everything… it’s inherent to everything we are and do.
Communities' roots are entangled with forest roots, if we fail to one we fail the other
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How Mexico City is embracing biodiversity
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‘Crop Science’ special issue shows why crops need to get wild
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12 Jan 2021
Global Landscapes Forum community urges seven ways to harness the power of landscapes to safeguard biodiversity
As the world wakes up to the strong links between biodiversity loss, global pandemics such as COVID-19, and climate change, the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) community is issuing a powerful prescription for these crises, with seven recommendations to harness the power of landscapes to safeguard biodiversity.
12 Jan 2021
Environmental organizations issue 7 policy recommendations on biodiversity and One Health
Health, finance and landscape custodians called to the forefront of conservation policy
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