What YOU Can Do: Reduce your carbon footprint: Ride your bike or walk to work, and use public transportation or share a ride whenever possible. Committing to it, even just once a week, is a consistent contribution that reduces fossil fuel use. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe of […]
What YOU Can Do: Start a conversation about the importance of mangroves with your friends and family. Explore, interact with, and share the data at datamares.ucsd.edu. Learn about the amazing animals and communities that mangroves support atmaresmexicanos.com. –1Frame4Nature is a collection of images and stories from around the globe of your personal connection to nature. […]
What YOU Can Do: Eat sustainable seafood. Look for special terms like “line caught”, “diver caught”, “sustainably caught” or “sustainably harvested. Stop using straws. About 500 million disposable straws are used each day in USA and plastic straws aren’t accepted for recycling. Straws are the number top 10 plastic trash found in the oceans. Reduce […]
What YOU Can Do: Follow the Search for Lost Species, and get involved, at LostSpecies.org. Say no to palm oil to save endangered species. The equivalent of 300 football fields of rainforest is destroyed every hour to make room for palm oil plantations. Avoid products- from shampoo to peanut butter to frozen pizza- containing palm […]
What YOU Can Do: We have the three “R’s”: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Notice that recycle is the third, not the first in the order. We should add one called “Refuse” at the beginning because we should really refuse using disposable plastics. When we do this, the companies will start changing their packaging. Avoid the use […]
What YOU Can Do: Change some simple every day habits. Recycle more and save energy by: using less hot water, using energy safe light bulbs, buying seasonal and locally grown food, using public transportations, switching off the light when you leave a room….Little daily actions will go a long way and make the difference. –1Frame4Nature […]
Senior Fellow Tim Laman ‘s photos appeared in a GEO magazine article covering his experience documenting Coiba Island in Panama as part of the iLCP expedition to promote the protection of Coiba National Park’s pristine environment and irreplaceable biodiversity. The German article with photos can be viewed here: The Reef of Good Hope.
This panel discussion will explore the partnership between iLCP and the Khaled Bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation to collaborate on three photographic expeditions to French Polynesia, the Great Barrier Reef, and Palau.
iLCP Fellow Keith Ellenbogen reports from our Palau Expedition with partner the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation.
Our third expedition with the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation takes us underwater by the distant Palau archipelago.