Earth Optimism isn't just happening in Cambridge - it's a worldwide movement. There are fantastic things happening across the globe with people celebrating conservation success stories and sharing solutions. We're highlighting some of the best stories being showcased by Earth Optimism activities around the world.
For example Earth Optimism Nairobi is presenting inspirational stories of hope from the front line of conservation in Africa. These show how young people are taking action for nature and climate; successful approaches to conserving iconic species and habitats; and how communities are managing their natural resources for the long-term.
Please come back later to find out what amazing things are happening.
Throughout April and especially during the week of Earth Day (April 19-24th), Smithsonian's #EarthOptimism will host more than a dozen virtual "Deep Dive" sessions led by Smithsonian scientists, curators and partners on a variety of topics from climate change and connectivity to leadership and sustainable art. These sessions will provide an opportunity for global citizens to connect and engage with international, regional, and local experts to learn more about what's working in conservation. More information coming soon!
The Brazilian edition of #EarthOptimism (#Otimismoplanetario) will run from 5 to 9 April, entirely online. Each day we will be hosting a live talk or discussion panel with specialists in psychology, optimism and conservation, followed by a Q&A session, as well as 3 or 4 videos profiling success stories and new initiatives we think are worth sharing.
#EarthOptimismNairobi virtual summit will run from March 29th to April 4th. The summit has a line up of exciting activities and events from the Film Festival, interactive session on youth in restoration and the #EarthOptimismVoices series. Join us and get inspired to take action.