WimBy - meet your neighbours! Hello all, Wildlife in my Backyard is a cross-cultural forum for kids and adolescents who want to observe and learn about the animal wildlife in their backyards, neighborhood or school yards. We created short and simple guidelines that help you to become your own little behavior scientist, just as Jane Goodall, but in your backyard. You would share your observations and stories about these animals with other Roots&Shoots groups from around the world! It started as a collaboration between JGI Germany and JGI Australia and we would be thrilled to have more groups from around the world on board! Just in alignment with and in the spirit of Roots & Shoots international! You can find more information here: http://www.janegoodall.de/roots-shoots/wimby/wimby-english/ Just drop me an email if you have any further questions! And I am looking very much forward to hearing from you! Yours, Tanja
This project will educate people on the risks by getting communities involved and presenting PowerPoint and presentations at schools. This project will pull together like minded people through social media platforms and give the people a voice.
I will show what happens when animal cruelty happens and when they chop down trees affecting wildlife a habitats and get people to pass it on to get others aware of this. Then I will get people to help me help others having trouble looking after their animals so they do not do anything like animal cruelty to their pets and I will help them through the process. I will also do the same process to stop cutting down the wildlife's habitats.
My name is Jamie Joseph. I am a writer, campaigner and environmental activist. I was born in Zimbabwe and raised in South Africa. In 2009 I moved to New Zealand, and now five years later I am returning home, to the call of the wild, the place that knows the sound of my heart from the inside. The mission: Starting in October, I will be hosted by IAPF – International Anti Poaching Foundation, spending 30 days in the trenches, sharing stories and inspiring people with calls to action, because everyone can do something to help save them. Between now and the start of the Africa mission in October I will be interviewing a dozen of the world’s most respected thought leaders engaged in the poaching crisis, beginning with Jane Goodall on the 24th of June. I am creating a network of global media and strategy partners to syndicate the stories I will be writing, the website savingthewild.com will become rolling narrative, and everything I do will be plugged into social media. I come as one, but I stand as 10 000. www.savingthewild.com
we can help sea turtles by piking up litter especially. so do community clean ups by lakes, rivers, streams, and oceans or just at the park.
My name is Charlotte Hawthorn and I am 9 years old. Two years ago I saw the documentary called Born to be Wild at the Natural History Museum in NYC. I was inspired by the work Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick has done to save the orphaned African Elephants in Kenya. I decided I would do anything I could to help. To stop the poaching of elephants we have got to stop the demand for ivory. All of the stockpiles need to be burned. Ivory is in high demand in China and many people do not realize the elephants are actually killed for their tusks. We need to make sure everyone understands that IVORY KILLS. Please help me help the African elephants. I have designed shirts you can buy. All profits will go to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. https://www.booster.com/helpingourheroines1 I hope this inspires you to help your hero or heroine. Thank you for your help, Charlotte
To get the money for the adoption me and my friends are doing a raffle to get $210.
Holding monthly meetings and bi-yearly trips to the Red Pandas habitat we will be a driving force behind Red Panda conservation throughout the world.
it will stop animals from dieing and help them have a longer and happier life and will keep us much more healthy
I want to save any animal.