Why insect populations are plummeting—and why it matters A new study suggests that 40 percent of insect species are in decline, a sobering finding that has jarred researchers worldwide. Read more here …. at Nat Geo Watch this short clip from the BBC on how we can help….
GTT is very happy to be able to share the The Ship of Tolerance. This is an amazing art project created by leading contemporary artists Ilya and Emilia Kabakov with the objective of building bridges and fostering dialogue between cultures. GTT relates the journey of the ship as each destination The Ship of Tolerance visits, […]
Good news for our building project in Maromizaha in Madagascar! The new teacher’s house – ‘Santi’s House’ is now finished and will be used as a library for the Anevoka Primary School. There will also be two rooms that the female teachers can use to stay in when they have travelled from the distant villages […]
Edge Pledge allows people to raise money for endangered wildlife by pledging to complete the most popular of three challenges, as voted by their friends, family and supporters. Funds raised support practical projects assisting wildlife on the brink of extinction, delivered by our environmental partners. Some thoughts about Edge Pledge and Green Teen Team […]
We are very happy to say that the Christmas fundraising treasure hunt we had in collaboration with Parco Natura Viva raised 1,000€ towards our 2,000€ target for the campaign. We will add to this by donating 50% of all donations made through the website this December, unless specified for other projects! Read more at the […]
Theodora became the youngest person to address the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) at the 2018 conference in Bangkok. Theodora presented GTT to the zoo directors and guests and invited them to become part of the future Green Teens.
Theodora presented Green Teen Team at the National Conference for Research in Parks at Parco Natura Viva, in Bussolengo on the 6th October 2018.