Tag: education

In Sri Lanka, fishers are being squeezed between economic turmoil and depleted fisheries. Here’s how environmental education could solve that.

Do technology and AI inhibit education – or are they valuable tools to teach climate action? Meet the educators adapting to a new digital reality.

GLF Live with Javier de Paz, Magdaleno Mendoza Hernández, Sergio López and Maggie Gonzalez

GLF Live with Camille Sylvester of Roots & Shoots, on environmental education as a tool of empowerment for global youth.

Indonesian conservationist Fachruddin Mangunjaya's fusion of faith, education and nature conservation is changing Southeast Asian landscapes.

On the International Day of the Girl Child, here’s why better childhoods mean better futures, for girls and for the world.

In between TV shows, campaigning for social and environmental justice

Introducing four speakers at GLF Kyoto 2019

New album uses art's force to mobilize masses for change

Farmers receive new technology for proof of their land management

At the GLF we have been empowering women to be be bold and take leadership in creating the beautiful, equitable and sustainable landscapes of tomorrow.

Once called the Emerald of the Equator, the Indonesian island of Sumatra holds some of the most diverse and unique ecosystems in the world: it houses the last remaining Sumatran tigers, orangutans and elephants, and boasts a cultural diversity that is just as manifold and unique. Despite the island’s critical role, the Sumatran forests are […]