Conservation International’s stunningly beautiful online magazine Team Earth has launched a new issue (#4 of a series), and it’s full of both amazing photos and stories of good news for the planet.
You can read about the projects they help fund and focus on: slowing deforestation, preserving healthy, adaptive ecosystems, and bringing oft-ignored indigenous groups to the forefront of political and economic decisions that affect them and their traditional lands. This issue focuses on a life-giving lake in Cambodia (replete with floating houses!) and how CI is helping the people of Papua New Guinea preserve their forests, as well as a look forward to the next Copenhagen climate summit.
It always warms our heart to see the good work that so many conservation-oriented organizations are doing in partnership with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and government ministries all over the world. CI is a terrific advocate for all of us who want to respect the Earth’s breathtaking diversity and the sustainability of its resources.
We laugh that these kinds of online treats are what naughty sites are for others. If it’s wrong, we don’t want to be right. ; )