Nature, People and Conservation highlights in September
This September, let's talk about impacting initiatives. Our stories highlight the efforts of communities for the sustainability of natural resources in Madagascar. From reforestation to management contracts, communities are more than ever committed to conservation in each of their regions.
On a larger scale, governments, foundations and international experts are putting biodiversity at the heart of their actions, all together for a nature positive by 2030!
Welcome to our September newsletter!
Highlights in September
A nature-based post Covid-19 recovery for Africa :
54 African environment ministers have pledged to accelerate Africa's green recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.[...]

The 5 key findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 2021 report : The effects of climate change are being felt in every country in the world. Weather phenomena are extreme. [...]
The Global Common Survey : The Global Commons Alliance commissioned a survey of G20 populations to find out if they are concerned about the state of natural resources. [...]
From our landscapes
FOCUS ON MALAGASY YOUTH - World cleanup day in Madagascar
In our social media

This September, our campaign has reached 282,295 people on social networks and our publications have obtained 23,048 engagements.

In the media
Voices from the Forest
Launch of the film and round table: "Voices from the forest: putting local people at the center of discussions on the contribution of tropical forests to the fight against climate change". See you today, October 1 at 3:00 pm. Register HERE
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"For a future in which People live in harmony with Nature."
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