#NatureForAll was created to help grow the important work being undertaken to connect people and nature exponentially. Rather than providing a “one size fits all” solution, #NatureForAll aims to foster enabling environments to reduce barriers and connect people with nature in different regions, contexts and realities.
As individual organizations; we know how to adapt good practices; we know how to measure impact; we know how to inspire and communicate. Now we need to share our actions, collaborate, and amplify our reach to engage newer audiences to connect with and fall in love with nature. Working with the incredible network of IUCN Member Organizations and Commission Members, and with other committed partners, we can succeed in this bold and transformational vision. #NatureForAll will spark the change and ignite action for conservation!
The following success stories are a part of #NatureForAll's community of practice, and are here so that we can learn from one another, increase knowledge, overcome barriers, and scale up projects that connect new audiences with nature.
Find a #NatureForAll Success Story by thematic area:
Partners have identified the key thematic areas listed above for early focus. More will be added as the coalition grows and evolves.
PANORAMA - Solutions For A Healthy Planet
#NatureForAll will be highlighting stories from the PANORAMA – Solutions for a Healthy Planet web platform, which provides a wealth of further success stories in nature conservation and sustainable development.
PANORAMA is coordinated by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).
You can find these success stories by looking for the Panorama logo.
#NatureForAll Success Stories
An award-winning organization offering expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic; providing students with a transformative learning experience in one of the most fascinating, wild, and awe-inspiring places on Earth.
A 7‐day event designed to promote cross‐border tourism activities in the Ai/Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park. The event combines night‐time mountain biking and a day of canoeing and aims to contribute towards unlocking the tourism potential of the park through staging of a world class annual multi-stage MTB event.
For the conservation organisation Mabuwaya, public education and community participation helped to save the critically endangered Philippine crocodile.
An engaging online tool which makes it easy for people to create effective habitat stepping stones in their own backyards.
In Fort Collins, USA, the newly adopted Nature in the City program envisions a future where all residents are within a 10-minute walk to nature and important wildlife corridors are protected and restored.
Litterati is a worldwide community that is “crowdsource-cleaning” the planet -- one piece of litter at a time.
Youth Environmental Leaders take environmental stewardship into their own hands and run their own Shoreline Clean-up.
Youth join expert leaders to explore the world of creek ecology during this free annual, hands-on nature awareness event located in Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada.
The Children & Nature Network issued a challenge: share your ideas for bringing more "Vitamin N" into children's lives. Thousands of ideas streamed in.
Improving health and community well-being at Werribee Park through recreational and social programs for new and emerging communities that also benefit the park environment.
Combining technology, beautiful imagery and accurate information, this mobile app is transforming caring attitudes toward nature into pro-active and caring behaviors.
Using data gathered about real wild animals, Internet of Elephants is creating entertainment products to connect people worldwide with wildlife and engage a massive audience with wildlife conservation.
A communitarian development plan that includes a climate change adaption perspective and a participative and gender approach.
Building capacity to grow the Nature School movement and Nature Education in China.
Helping build a community of stewards to help foster an appreciation for nature among Canadians of all ages and allow them to connect with nature.
Through the practice of Yoga, AcroYoga, Indigenous Wisdom and Nature-based community dialogues, AcroTerra helps to reconnect people with the Earth and through this to heal their relationship with it.
Share your Story!
#NatureForAll would like to hear how you're successfully inspiring a new generation of thinkers and doers across all sectors of society to connect with nature and take action to support is conservation. share your story.
Typically, 30 minutes are needed to write up the first draft of a success story.
Please submit your completed Success Story template to: firstname.lastname@example.org