International Conference and Festival for Youth-Led Climate Action
I am very pleased to report that I recently presented at the POP (Protect Our Planet) International Conference and Festival on Climate Change which was held in Mexico during August 19-20, 2019. Here is more about the event: We are very privileged to collaborate in this festival with several partners in Mexico as well as […]
Nat Geo Pangolin Video by Katie Schuler
Pangolins are the most trafficked mammals on the planet… luckily they have Dr. Mark Ofua on their side 😉
Humanity has wiped out 60% of animal populations since 1970, report finds
This is so sad. Please read this article from The Guardian and share with others: The huge loss is a tragedy in itself but also threatens the survival of civilization, say the world’s leading scientists Damian Carrington Environment editor @dpcarrington Mon 29 Oct 2018 20.01 EDTLast modified on Wed 31 Oct 2018 12.53 EDT Cattle in the Amazon rainforest. Photograph: Michael Nichols/National […]
A journey into the world of Pangolins
Long Tong Tales – A journey into the world of Pangolins by our friends at Fossick Project. Please share: Fossick Project aims to produce artistic performances about the relationship between men and nature to suggest a reflection on environmental issues and raise awareness about urgent causes. Illustrator Cecilia Valagussa and singer-songwriter Marta del Grandi met in Belgium in 2013, while […]
World Pangolin Day 2018
To honor World Pangolin Day 2018, Olivia and Carter teamed up with our friends at Univision and created this short animated video to help the world learn more about the species and the many threats they face. Please consider sharing this video far and wide. Please also check out our global Pangolin Awareness Art Campaign […]
Pangolin Education in Nepal
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 […]
World Wildlife Day Presentation
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 […]
Global Pangolin Awareness Art Campaign
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 […]
UN/GRASP Conference in Jakarta Postponed
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 presents TED to Wesley International Academy
You see, here’s the Problem; The U.S. government in 20?? Estimated that over 50,000 endangered and threatened sea turtles are needlessly being killed every year by certain shrimp trawl fishing boats in the South Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.
Orangutan Letter Writing Campaign
Our Orangutan Letter Writing Campaign is designed to get people from all over the world to learn about the issues and show their support by writing letters addressed to the new Indonesian President asking him to please take a strong stand for Orangutan and help us save them for future generations.
Saving Sea Turtles with the help of ‘TED’ and President Obama
Who is TED you say? Well TED is not a person but a nifty device invented to help save sea turtles from getting caught in shrimping nets and drowning. TED stands for Turtle Excluder Device and it is probably one of the sea turtles best friends in the world. What’s a Turtle Excluder Device (TED)? […]
SODA-POP Public Awareness Rally
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?
Eco Sense for Living Features OMG’s 1-Million Footprints to Save Africa Campaign
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.
World Parks Congress in Sydney Australia
As we expand our reach on a global basis, we are frequently asked to participate in forums and conferences around the world. Recently our Australian board members were asked to take part in the World Parks Congress in Sydney…