All together in one planet
WWF-Brazil and Living Amazon Initiative, WWF, launches on Monday (July 22), on the eve of the start of World Youth Day, its 12th video in partnership with the Local Organizing Committee of the event. After preparing messages for the World Day of Environment, Water and listen to young Catholics engaged in WYD on the relationship between faith and nature conservation, it came the turn to the rich biodiversity of the planet, with its thousands of cataloged species of fauna and flora and the importance of every living being portrayed in this piece.
The video, with its quick editing, track and animated clip format, presents, in a minute, the beauty of life, reflected in animals, plants, flowers and people (whites, blacks, Indians, mulattos). The message envisions the possibility of a connection between communion and all walks of life, races and peoples, and the inhabitants of one home: the Earth.
The clip can be seen both in the social networks of the WWF, as the canals of World Youth Day.
About WWF Living Amazon Initiative
The Living Amazon Initiative spearheads WWF Network’s efforts to guarantee an ecologically healthy Amazon Biome that maintains its environmental and cultural contribution to local peoples, the countries of the region and the world, by maintaining ecological processes and services within a framework of that
About WWF Brazil
WWF-Brazil is a Brazilian non-governmental organization dedicated to the conservation of nature aiming to harmonize human activity with biodiversity conservation and to promote the rational use of natural resources for the benefit of current and future generations. WWF-Brazil was created in 1996 in Brasilia and has several projects all over the country and is part of the International Network Environmental Organization WWF, which works in more than 100 countries and counts on the support of around 5 million people worldwide, including associates and volunteers.
About World Wildlife Fund
WWF is the world’s leading conservation organization, working in 100 countries for half a century. With the support of almost 5 million members worldwide, WWF is dedicated to delivering science-based solutions to preserve the diversity and abundance of life on Earth, halt the degradation of the environment and combat climate change. Visit www.worldwildlife.org to learn more.