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South Pole has partnered with award-winning biodiversity experts Cassinia on the Mount Sandy Conservation project, which brings together the Traditional Custodians with non-indigenous Australians in the name of environmental conservation and people partnerships.
10% aller Treibhausgasemissionen kommen aus unseren landwirtschaftlichen Tätigkeiten. Die Langzeitfolgen einer nicht nachhaltigen Landwirtschaft reichen von Biodiversitätsverlust bis hin zu Gefahren für die Ernährungssicherheit.
2019 heard the call to arms: "Our house is burning". Although bushfires, often caused by lightning strikes, have ravaged the savanna and other parts of Australia, Africa and the Americas for thousands of years, the headlines and photos of that Australian summer shocked the world.
For our team based in the Medellin office, it's a three-day journey to the Predio Putumayo Indigenous Reserve, including 500 km by boat along the Putumayo river. On International Day of Forests, South Pole staff join an Indigenous community member to reflect on their experiences of developing REDD+ projects to save Colombia's Amazon rainforest.
Together with WWF and Coop, South Pole has clean cookstoves projects that address indoor air pollution while cutting emissions and protecting panda habitat
Last February, I spent three days in remote Northern Australia on the Cape York Peninsula where I visited the community of Pormpuraaw to meet with Traditional Owners and Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Rangers and learn how a strategic savanna fire management project operates.
If you are sitting reading this at your desk, this piece won't quite describe your average day at work. For the scouts and park rangers working in Kariba, however, a typical day is spent in the field – as you will see, they never know what to expect.
Sendle purchases carbon credits from South Pole to guarantee carbon neutral parcel delivery. Learn more about one of the projects they support through our EcoAustralia™ carbon credit solution—the Myamyn Lowland Forest Conservation project in Victoria—and how it helps safeguard habitat for a very special marsupial.
Climate change is affecting millions of women around the world, right now. But women are resilient. Read how 3 inspirational women are finding solutions!