Youth

Indigenous youth at COP27: From the village to the world

Clique aqui para ler este artigo no original em português. Most of the media coverage of COP27, held in November 2022 in Egypt, concentrated on speeches by world leaders, and disappointingly familiar pledges to recommit to the 2015 Paris Agreement. However, there is a strong sense now that the youth movement has an ever-louder [...]

By , |2023-01-19T14:07:48+00:00January 18th, 2023|Biocultural Diversity, Climate, Indigenous Peoples, Latin America, Youth|Comments Off on Indigenous youth at COP27: From the village to the world

A job in the environment sector? I never thought of it until now…

In March 2022, Reefah Chowdhury began working with us as part of the Race for Nature's Recovery (R4NR) programme. She joined Synchronicity Earth with a background in law to hone her communication abilities and gain knowledge of the environment sector. In this blog, she describes her experience being part of the RNR programme, and [...]

By |2022-12-06T15:10:43+00:00July 25th, 2022|Conservation, Inclusion, Jobs, Our Team, Placement, Synchronicity, Youth|Comments Off on A job in the environment sector? I never thought of it until now…

Four conservation stories from 2021 to make you smile

2021 has presented many challenges for conservation, with COVID-19 continuing to prevent safe engagement with communities, causing delays or cancellations to in-person events, and affecting marginalised communities the hardest. However, our team at Synchronicity Earth continue to be inspired by the resilience and resourcefulness of our partners, who continue to do extraordinary work to [...]

By |2022-08-17T13:54:21+00:00December 16th, 2021|Asian Species, Biocultural Diversity, Conservation Optimism, Freshwater, Indigenous Peoples, Ocean, Rivers, Southeast Asia, Youth|Comments Off on Four conservation stories from 2021 to make you smile