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 […]
Top 11 Environmental Benefits & Reasons For Going Vegan To Save The Planet
Can choosing plants over animal products really decrease your environmental footprint? Some scientists argue that eliminating meat from your diet is the single greatest thing you can do to help the earth.
OMG Co-Founder Takes Gap-Year
Well, it’s official, Carter has just graduated from high school and is ready to take on the world.
Upcoming Events for OMG and OneLessStraw
See where OMG and OneLessStraw will be in the coming months.
OMG Partners with Green Planet Straws and is Featured in Regeneration In Action
In the March 2019 RiA article, Three Steps to Straw Integrity, Elemental Impact (Ei), in partnership with Ei Strategic Ally One More Generation (OMG), announced the Three-Step Straw Initiative (TSSI).
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 😉
OMG Wins 2018 Energy Globe Award
We are so excited to announce that Olivia and Carter have just been announced as the winners in the Energy Globe Awards for their global OneLessStraw Campaign. Carter and Olivia have just been announced as the winners of the Energy Globe World Awards 2018. The event was earlier this month in Iran and televised worldwide. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Kids Recycle Day at CHaRM
Since starting OMG back in 2009, Olivia and Carter have established three main divisions within their organization. The first being obviously their Animal Conservation Division which focuses on creating awareness campaigns about endangered species both local and around the world. The second division is their Environmental Conservation Division which focuses on creating environmental awareness and […]
Venkman’s Goes Strawless ;-)
Olivia and Carter are pleased to introduce you to one of the latest restaurants to join the OneLessStraw Pledge Campaign. Atlanta’s very own Venkman’s Restaurant.
The Power To Affect Change
With us using plastic cups and straws, coupled with the sight of rubbish on the beaches casts a negative perception on our operations…
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.