Tag: conservation

The Amazon Soya Moratorium – Forest Solutions

The Amazon Soya Moratorium – Forest Solutions

By Micah Moen 11 Comments October 19, 2019

To understand why the Amazon is so special you need to be here. To experience the Amazon is something incredible. No only because it’s huge, it’s vast, it’s by far the largest tropical forest on the planet… …but it’s still wild. The light is beautiful, the trees are beautiful… It’s amazing, it’s a combination of […]

Let’s Protect Our Forest

Let’s Protect Our Forest

By Micah Moen 5 Comments October 18, 2019

There’s something special about a forest in the Pacific Northwest. It’s lush vibrant the air it just feels so alive and our minds can wander as we gaze up at the canopy of trees. The spirit of wild places may be one of the oldest we can choose to know. All we have to do […]

Into the Forest with Jane Goodall!

Into the Forest with Jane Goodall!

By Micah Moen 39 Comments October 18, 2019

♪ Wow, Squeaks, I’m so glad you like your present! Do you have a name for her yet? [Squeaks squeaks] Our friend Dino the cuckoo bird sent Squeaks this toy chimpanzee the other day. Chimps are a type of animal called a great ape, and they live in Africa. Dino said this stuffed animal was […]

GoPro: A Blind Man and His Armless Friend Plant a Forest in China
Rainforest Research- Biosphere 2 Facebook Live October 18, 2018

Rainforest Research- Biosphere 2 Facebook Live October 18, 2018

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 13, 2019

Hello, and welcome Live to Facebook. Biosphere 2 Facebook Live. My name is Joost VanHaren, and I’m an assistant research professor here at Biosphere 2, and I’m right here in the middle of our Rainforest, which is a 0.2 hectare or it’s about 200 by 200 feet Rainforest that actually encloses a lot of different […]

Study Environmental Science at Deakin University

Study Environmental Science at Deakin University

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 11, 2019

Environmental Science is a lot to explain, but for me it’s how people work together within communities to work towards preserving the environment for better sustainable futures. I decided about five years ago, I did my first volunteering trip with Zoo’s Victoria trapping eastern barred bandicoots, and I realised then that I always wanted to […]

We Believe in Protecting the Environment

We Believe in Protecting the Environment

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 8, 2019

How can we hope to find a balance with the natural world? At Sonoran Institute, we believe it means finding a way to live our lives differently. We believe, that in order to protect the natural wonders around us, we need to build communities that prioritize sustainability, so that everyone can enjoy clean water, natural […]

Happy World Environment Day 2015 – 5 June 2015

Happy World Environment Day 2015 – 5 June 2015

By Micah Moen 2 Comments October 3, 2019

Happy World Environment Day. This year’s theme is seven billion dreams, one planet. Consume with care. I’m extremely passionate about a wide range man-made environmental issues and I thought I had to speak about it. And I started to do that through the use of film. The main objectives through my work, are to educate, […]

Environment Overview – Peace Corps

Environment Overview – Peace Corps

By Micah Moen 1 Comment October 3, 2019

Peace Corps is a life-defining leadership experience. Volunteers live, learn, and work with a community overseas for 27 months, providing assistance in a variety of programs areas, including environment. Peace Corps Volunteers assist communities where environmental issues are in conflict with basic needs for farming and income generation. Volunteers become leaders in grassroots efforts to […]

Riau Ecosystem Restoration : Helping the Community through Sustainable Farming

Riau Ecosystem Restoration : Helping the Community through Sustainable Farming

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 2, 2019

My name is Syahroji Hamid and I am a BIDARA community organizer responsible for helping the community at Sangar Village. Sangar Village has a lot of potential, particularly for farming, because there is still a lot of unused land here. At first, the local farmers here would clear the land for farming by burning it. […]