"Voices of Hope for Forests"
This new photo series features humans of the world – all working together to protect forests and communities as part of the Environmental Paper Network. The recent IPCC climate report shares a grim forecast for the future of humanity, but these individuals are undeterred, and are bringing forward collaboration and solutions that deliver the forest protection and restoration needed to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Why are they building an international movement to match the scale of the problem? What are the sources of inspiration that sustain them? Is there hope? The Climate Listening Project hopes these stories inspire you and others to find the strength and actions to participate in the global cooperation that humanity needs right now.
Director & Photographer: Dayna Reggero, Climate Listening Project
Adviser: Joshua Martin, Environmental Paper Network
Amy Moas, Greenpeace, USA
Andrey Laletin, Friends of the Siberian Forests, Russia
António Francisco Geraldo Gaveta, Academic Action for the Development of Rural Communities, Mozambique
Beth Porter, Green America, USA
Cecilia Alcoreza, WWF, Bolivia & USA
Joshua Axelrod, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), USA
Monika Nolle, ARA, Germany
Neva Murtha, Canopy, Canada
Peg Putt, Australian Forests & Climate Alliance, Tasmania
Richard Wainwright, Fern, England
Wen Bo, China Environmental Paper Network, China
Woro Supartinah, IFP (International Focal Point) Jikalahari, Indonesia
Yong Rong, Greenpeace East Asia, China