Photograph by Robyn Gianni
Every day girls around the world are fighting for their freedom. This International Day of the Girl - join them and raise your voice: 1. Share the film and tell us what #FreedomForGirls means to you 2. Take action at http://www.globalgoals.org/dayofthegirl In 2015 when leaders signed up to the UN Sustainable Development Goals – the Global Goals - they made a promise – to empower all girls. There has been progress but we need to keep up the pressure. If we work together we can make sure world leaders deliver and every girl grows up healthy, safe, empowered and able to fulfil her dreams. This new film from director MJ Delaney featuring ‘Freedom’ by Beyoncé, calls for action on some of the biggest challenges girls face like access to education, child marriage and the threat of violence´ Last year we asked you to share #WhatIReallyReallyWant for girls and women – this year we want you to raise your voice for freedom.
Of all the lions I have ever lived with this one is by far my favorite. My husband would always tell me you have enough pictures of lions, thousands. But this was a special lion, on a special day that can never be replicated or recounted again. I've always lived my life as a champion for wildlife especially lions. Fall in love with our planet. We only have one. Let World Lion Day, be everyday.
Join us this Earth Hour on Saturday, March 25, 8:30 PM your time and be a part of our movement towards building a better tomorrow for our planet and future generations.
Spread the word and bring a friend along! Together, we can unite to shine a light on climate action and #ChangeClimateChange
From its humble beginnings in 2007, WWF's Earth Hour has grown to become the world’s largest grassroots-led environmental movement for the planet, engaging more than 178 countries and territories worldwide!
2017 marks Earth Hour's tenth anniversary, a new milestone in its commitment to making the planet a better place. Over the past ten years, WWF and Earth Hour teams worldwide have brought thousands of individuals together to help fund and support on-the-ground environmental and social initiatives that serve to advance our goal for a sustainable, climate-friendly future.
Visit our website for more information: http://earthhour.org.
As the Arctic melts, the rush to exploit its resources is starting. Nobody will listen to her, but they will listen to you. Join The Movement. #SAVE THE ARCTIC
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Always the first lion I see in the morning and the last one I see at night. This lady has become a fixture in our lives. It's a privilege to wake up everyday and see her. I love this photo because it captures her perfectly. The same floppy seat, her full belly, and her relaxed glare. She is perfect.
Happy #WorldElephantDay! 🐘 Everyday is #WorldElephantDay at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Become a part of the orphans' daily routine by donating some essential everyday items. 🍼
Keeper's dust coat: www.thedswt.org/dust-coat
Plastic milk bottles: www.thedswt.org/milk-bottles
Tin of powdered milk: www.thedswt.org/tin-milk
Spread the word this #WorldElephantDay and please share this video far and wide.
Tania Esteban Producer/Director for A Lions Tale
2016 is The Year of the Lion that will honour the 50th anniversary of the film Born Free. A story of true determination, passion, love and drama - it is one of the most successful conservation stories ever told all. This film will be presented by Virginia McKenna, the actress turned wildlife activist as she tells us about her journey to protect the lions of East Africa and introduces us to the team of rangers currently working in Elsa's heartland, Meru National Park. Led by Virginia’s son, Will Travers and the charismatic Victor Mutumah (of the Kenya Wildlife Service), we see first-hand how the threat to lions has never been so pressing
Burn The Ivory. Kill The Trade.
On Saturday, April 30, Kenya Wildlife Service will host the largest ivory burn in history — a bold statement against elephant poaching, and one we hope will mark the beginning of the end for the global ivory trade, which kills an estimated 33,000 elephants every year.
On #WorldWildlifeDay we took a stand with elephants and the people of Africa who love them. The future of our world's wildlife is the responsibility of each and every one of us. Let the wild elephants of Africa be a part of our future, not our past. #JoinTheHerd