O que é uma vida sem movimento, sem natureza, sem atividades ao ar livre?
Acho que muito dessa minha alegria e loucurinhas diárias, que de vez em quando aparecem repentinamente, vem de uma reserva de energia boa que guardo desses meus momentos no mar e na natureza em geral!
O mar cura, a natureza liberta, o ar livre revigora! Nós pode até num ser 100% vibes lokura e alegria o tempo todo (não mesmo ok), mas podem ter certeza que para cada dia de mar, de esporte, de natureza e de ar livre, existe pelo menos 2 dias de DEBOÍSMO garantidos na sua semana! E é por isso que a gente vicía! 😁🌊🍃
Los elefantes africanos que habitan en Oasis Park forman parte del Programa de Cría de Elefantes Africanos (EEP) // The African bush Elephants that live in Oasis Park are part of the African Bush Elephant Breeding Program
Photo by @amivitale. Climate change is a complex problem that belongs to everyone everywhere. But there are stories from around the world that give us hope for the future. Like the grasslands of northern Kenya, for example. The annual rains have followed a predicable rhythm for millennia. But disruptions to that rhythm, brought on by climate change, are threatening both wildlife and pastoralist communities as worsening cycles of drought create greater competition for grass. One way local community conservancies are addressing this issue is by managing grasslands to maintain wildlife habitat while also enabling sustainable livestock grazing. Our close partner @nrt_kenya then purchases cattle from conservancies that have implemented rigorous sustainable grazing plans, with the help of impact investment funds raised by TNC. This model gives herders access to more lucrative mobile markets and directs some of the income back to the community conservancies. These healthier, better-managed grasslands also sequester more carbon from the atmosphere. Click the link in our bio for more.
Recientemente celebramos el aniversario de la reintroducción de las Gacelas de Cuvier en su hábitat natural, en el Parque Nacional de Seberl Serj. Un proyecto que nos enorgullece // We recently celebrate the anniversary of the reintroduction of the Cuvier Gazelles into their natural habitat, in the Seberl Serj National Park. A project that makes us proud
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Photo by @amivitale. Soil is crucial for addressing climate change. But it's often an unsung hero in the climate story. As part of our partnership with @nrt_kenya, we’re working to make changes in rangeland management to increase soil carbon, leverage carbon markets, and provide revenue for community rangeland trusts. In northern Kenya, rangelands are managed mainly through the types of grazing animals, the density at which they are grazed, and the frequency by which they are rotated to other parts of the system to avoid overgrazing. These healthier, better-managed grasslands sequester more carbon from the atmosphere, provide better habitat for wildlife, and better pasture for livestock. Here, Samburu women plant seeds of native plants in areas where they’ve removed invasive red thorn bushes at West Gate Conservancy.