In honour of the theatrical release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Alison Sudol’s role as Queenie, hundreds of individuals and organizations joined #NatureForAll 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.
Individuals and organisations joined #NatureForAll partner and Mediterranean wetland specialists, MedWet in their #WetlandsForAll campaign; for which they shared their feelings, passion and emotions when visiting wetlands. Through the #WetlandsForAll campaign, first launched during the 2016 International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress, MedWet and #NatureForAll continue to motivate people from all around the Mediterranean (and all over the world!) to embrace wetlands and their values.
When we gift ourselves the time to stop and think, we all realise just how important Nature is, what an enormous place it has in our lives and how much we love it. So, to get people to that place of reflection and realisation, #NatureForAll partner One Minute for Earth created a campaign inviting everyone to add Nature to their list of New Year’s Resolutions
#NatureForAll asked IUCN Red List of Ecosystems Photo Competition, "Ecosystems at the Crossroads" finalists where they took their photos, and how that connects them to nature. Read up on these examples of how this experience in nature affected them.
#NatureForAll and BlueBottle Films share quotes about why people have fallen in love with nature.