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When the Hima is within your hands, you can stretch more than the length of your carpet in Fekha

The following is a short film highlighting the art of carpet weaving in Fekha. This skill was slowly being lost until SPNL decided to revive this skill with the help of an old woman in the village that still acquires this skill and trained 30 other women in nearby villages. This initiative was made possible under the project “Promoting Hima …

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When you achieve results, working hard becomes a joy in Qoleileh

The following is a short film highlighting hand-made accessories and art work of Hima women in Qoleileh using material linked to nature. These skills have been revived by SPNL under the project “Promoting Hima Women Empowerment for Conservation and Livelihood” funded by the UN Women Fund for Gender Equality.

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Birds-of-Paradise Project

It took 8 years and 18 expeditions to New Guinea, Australia, and nearby islands, but Cornell Lab scientist Ed Scholes and National Geographic photographer Tim Laman succeeded in capturing images of all 39 species in the bird-of-paradise family for the first time ever. This video gives a sense of their monumental undertaking and the spectacular footage that resulted.

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Together for Biodiversity CEPF Mediterranean

What does nature mean to you? Together for biodiversity in the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot. This video shows the faces and words of people working together to conserve nature throughout the Mediterranean, including in civil society projects funded by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF). “These words epitomise the love of nature of all the CEPF partners, working in the …

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Act4Drin launches the “Echoes from the Drin” short films triplet

This video has been developed within the CEPF funded Act4Drin project led by MIO-ECSDE and implemented in collaboration with KAQKA PRODUCTION, BIOSFERA, EDEN, GREENHOME and MES. Act4Drin aims at raising public awareness, enhancing knowledge and empowering NGOs to protect and conserve freshwater ecosystems in the Drin River Basin. The core message that the Act4Drin short films seek to bring forward …

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Are crows the ultimate problem solvers?

Dr Alex Taylor sets a difficult problem solving task, will the crow defeat the puzzle?

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Local Perspectives: action for nature and people

Local conservationists from all around the world, working within the BirdLife International Partnership, sent in video messages that show their work and their values. In the video, local conservationists from Fiji, Kenya, Iraq, Uganda, Canada, Kazakhstan, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, the Philippines and Lebanon tell us what nature means to them, show us the work they are doing on the …

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