Like Alexander, Prince Albert II is driven to explore, to discover the secrets of Nature, and most significantly, he is dedicated to creating a cultural shift in society where people reconnect and care more deeply about Nature.
What does Prince Albert II and a fancy cocktail party have to do with saving the world’s oceans?
Statement says children should benefit from nature - wherever they live, learn and play
#NatureForAll partner, Bluebottle Films is in New York City for The Ocean Conference. Here is their report for Day One.
The storytelling project “Lost and Found” works to bring to life the inspirational stories of those species that were thought extinct for at least a human generation but where subsequently rediscovered. Our goal is to change the conversations around conservation, away from doom and gloom, and towards more a positive message.
“BELLA GAIA is a live concert that mixes music, dance, & NASA immersive imagery that turns the stage planetary. Sublime and Transcendental” – Village Voice
"Out of this World” – USA Today
“Stunning.” – Ray Kurzweil, The Age of Spiritual Machines
“Beautifully crafted soundscapes” – Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky
"Discover what it's like to be an astronaut” – Washington Post
"Awe-Inspiring” – Examiner
Peace Pals International, a program of the World Peace Prayer Society, had made “Nature for All - Loving the Earth” the theme of their 2017 Art Exhibition and Awards.
The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre’s award-winning mobile education program will be visiting schools and camps across Canada this year to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation. AquaVan 150: Connecting Communities to Coastlines will facilitate personal connections between youth and marine life, emphasising that all of our waterways are connected.
One Minute for Earth believes that the more thought we give to Nature, the more we remember our place in it and its place in our every living, breathing moment. To get people to that place of reflection and realisation, we joined forces with One Minute for Earth tocreate a campaign inviting everyone to add Nature to their list of New Year’s Resolutions
Wetlands are one of the planet’s greatest and most misunderstood natural resources. Wetlands provide priceless services, but they also provide priceless feelings.
To visit a wetland is to understand it, to love it and protect it.
As a result of deliberations at the Inspiring A New Generation North American Summit, Inspiring a New Generation (ING) transitioned to #NatureForAll to be explicitly inclusive of all generations and all audiences.
ORGANIZATION EARTH founder Constantinos Machairas celebrates winning the #NatureForAll Greenhouse after presenting his work to a judging panel including members from The Canadian Parks Council, Google Earth Outreach, Habitat the Game, Conservamos Por Naturaleza, Citizen Wolf, and Pew Charitable Trusts. The presentation was alongside two other finalists, Litterati and Acroterra, at the launch of the #NatureForAll movement during the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress.
In honour of the theatrical release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Alison Sudol’s role as Queenie, hundreds joined us in celebrating incredible creatures everywhere! Through a social media campaign that included a thunderclap and accompanying social media posts of peoples favourite real life fantastic beasts, we reached over one million people in a week.
On October 24, 2016 the The Nature Playbook was officially launched. It is an initiative of the Canadian Parks Council (CPC), and is intended to inspire Canadians to spend time in the out of doors, reconnecting with Nature.
Led by Dode Houehounha, a WCPA young professional with the IUCN West and Central Africa Programme, Seed Future is an environmental education program that uses direct experience to reconnect young people with nature.
Two months ago marked the successful launch of the #NatureForAll movement at the International Union for Conservation’s (IUCN) World Conservation Congress in Hawaii!