Synchronicity Earth

Synchronicity Earth is a charitable foundation with an ambitious vision: a sustainable planet that values the interconnectivity and interdependence of all living things.

Blog Posts tagged with “United-Kingdom”

  • Dying for Love

    'It is a sad truth that when nature speaks, mankind doesn’t listen' - Victor Hugo Coral reefs are home to diverse marine life from the tiniest brightly coloured sea slug to the largest whale shark.  Millions of people depend on them for livelihoods, food and coastal protection. By 2030, 90% will be threatened. #lovecorals is a campaign orchestrated by prominent…

  • Bringing a Reef to Life

    On 11th September 2015, talented artist, Louis Masai, began a new collaboration with Synchronicity Earth. His Mission: to paint a 60 foot mural on a wall in Shoreditch, London. He started with a globe – its continents fringed with dead reef structures. Throughout the week, viewers were treated to the sight of an ecosystem coming to life. First came the…

  • Disappearing Nature: Artists Supporting Life on Earth, Gallery 8, St James’s

    By Chloe Courtauld As part of a programme of events throughout the year marking the IUCN’s 50th anniversary of the Red List, Synchronicity Earth, in partnership with Invisible Dust, an art and science organisation exploring the environment, co-hosted an art exhibition at the end of April at Gallery 8, St James’s entitled “Disappearing Nature”.  The week long exhibition, curated by…

  • Stopping illegal wildlife trade

    Last week I attended a two-day symposium on Wildlife Trafficking in London. The symposium was initiated by United For Wildlife – a flagship project of The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry – which brings seven of the world’s largest wildlife NGOs into an unprecedented collaboration. The symposium attracted many concerned conservationists and NGO…

  • United for Wildlife

    This week, Adam and Jessica Sweidan - Synchronicity Earth's trustees attended the United for Wildlife Symposium with Gemma Goodman, our Species portfolio lead. The symposium showcased initiatives to counter wildlife trafficking. The conference was followed by a heads of state meeting which aimed to get  high-level political commitment to tackle the illegal trade of several species, including rhinos, elephants and…

  • Knowing when to leave a party…

    Come rain or shine, festivals are a mainstay of the British summer. There are so many that people of all persuasions can find one that suits – that is, if they are not put off by the idea of tents and portable latrines. True, there is a ‘hippy’ vibe to many festivals, but the majority of people who attend are…

  • And the thought on everyone’s mind is… FOOD!

    Today is World Environment Day and the theme for this year is  ‘THINK before you EAT and help SAVE our environment’ – THINK.EAT.SAVE. Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste campaign. It encourages people to think about the environmental impact of their food choices, as well as providing information to help people make informed decisions about where their food comes from. According…