We wanted to share this amazing story with you from our friend and OMG Board Member Louise Fletcher who besides being our Asian pangolin expert, is also an accomplished artist and full time teacher in the UK, yet her passion for saving pangolins drivers her to take every free moment she can to travel to […]
OMG partnered with CITES to participate in their World Wildlife Day event. We hosted several school outreach programs which allowed students to learn about pangolins and express their thoughts via art. CITES invited Carter to come and address the UN in New York during the event and to help the UN and all it’s members […]
To commemorate the 2017 World Pangolin Day, Olivia and Carter teamed up with renowned Asian pangolin expert and acclaimed artist Louise Fletcher from the UK and launched their year-long Pangolin Awareness Art Campaign. The goal of the campaign is to use education as a vehicle for change by educating as many people around the world […]
This page is designed to be a resource center for all things pangolin. Ever since we visited Vietnam and saw our first live pangolin, we have been working hard to learn more about the species and to create more awareness opportunities so others could also get involved. We hope you not only like this page, […]
Olivia and Carter were invited to present the thousands of letters we have been collecting as part of our Orangutan Letter Writing Campaign to the Indonesian government during the UN/GRASP conference this coming Nov. Unfortunately, the event has been postponed until sometime next year. http://www.un-grasp.org/3rd-grasp-council-postponed-to-2017/ That being said, we are still collecting letters and are […]
OMG Delivers Keynote Speech at 26th Annual ANCA (Association of Nature Center Administrators) Summit
Carter and Olivia’s presentation was one of the best moments in a conference filled with highlights. Their speech and it’s very important message was delivered with confidence, insight and humor-laced style that went well beyond their years.
Did you know that BOEM’s (Bureau of Ocean Energy Management) draft 5-year program estimates that only 550 million barrels of oil are available off the South Atlantic Coast? Why should we be drilling for oil when we know how limited the supply is off our waters. Haven’t we had enough of the oil industries “Drill, Spill and Repeat” practices?
Recently our friends at Eco Sense for Living accompanied Olivia and Carter as they executed their first ever 1,000,000 Footprints to Save Africa Campaign here in the USA.