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Earth Day Live

22 Apr 2020 - 22 Apr 2020

We celebrated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with two live panel sessions, focusing on the environmental impacts of the illegal wildlife trade and the inspiring work being carried out by individuals and organisations to protect endangered species.

Earth Day Live was brought to you by The Last Animals Foundation. The panels will be hosted by renowned youth activist, Bella Lack, who works with Ivory Alliance, Born Free Foundation, STAE, RSPCA and Jane Goodall Institute.

You will gain fresh insights on documentary filmmaking, community conservation, genetic science, the work of eco rangers, zoonotic disease and the way advocates are making a difference.

The Last Animals documentary has been made available for streaming for both distance-learning schools and homeschooling via GOOD DOCS. Further information and discount codes are shared on each of the live lesson pages below.

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Bella Lack
Conservation Youth Advocate
Kate Brooks
Filmmaker and Photographer  
Farwiza Farhan
Co-founder and Chairperson of Forest, Nature, and Environment Aceh Foundation
Dr. Thomas Hildebrandt
Professor, Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research
Iris Ho
Humane Society International
Dr. Paula Kahumbu
Chief Executive Officer of Wildlife Direct
Molly Kemball
Project Coordinator, Sabeti Lab, Broad Institute of MIT/Harvard
Dr. Sam Wasser
Director, Center for Conservation Biology, University of Washington
Sean Wilmore
Managing Director, Thin Green Line Foundation

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