Mobile Pastoralism and the World Heritage Convention report
Come with us on a journey to an amazing little 1 ha sacred site in Saint-Agrève, France. A Zen Sôto Buddhist site where you can go to practice meditation when walking, eating, cultivating, cleaning or simply sitting quietly in the peaceful nature.
DiversEarth Highlights from the Communities, Conservation and Livelihoods conference in Halifax, Canada.
Communities, Conservation & Livelihoods – an international conference co-hosted by the Communities Conservation Research Network (CCRN) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Halifax, Canada – which provided a unique platform for celebrating how local communities around the world engage in environmental conservation and support sustainable livelihoods.
Roads Less Travelled is a new global initiative on mobile pastoralism
Reflections on the exchange between DehesaLana, Spain, and Wallontu Witral, Chile
The energy and momentum around One Square Meter will continue to grow as more women from more communities around the world take part in creating One Square Meters depicting the plant diversity found in areas where mobile pastoralism occurs.
We’re so excited to announce that One Square Meter, a needle-felt project which creatively demonstrates the link between mobile pastoralism and biodiversity, is spreading roots to include more women from pastoralist communities and landscapes from not just the Mediterranean but across the globe.
8:30pm this evening, wherever you are in the world, will be #EarthHour - a movement which sees millions of people across the globe uniting symbolically to protect our planet. This year's Earth Hour theme is Connect2Earth, and focuses on our inseparable relationship...
Wetlands are rich in heritage and culture. Providing a cultural perspective, and using art and creative messaging to raise awareness for conservation issues, are some of the things DiversEarth does best.
May Peace Prevail On Earth – Celebrating 20 Years of Peace Pals – event in Geneva, Switzerland