It's hard work protecting our fragile environment. Thankfully, we have organizations like Greenpeace fighting for a "greener, healthier world." Social media is one of the ways in which environmental nonprofit organizations engage their supporters and gather support for their work.
In the last 30 days, the average organization in the Environment landscape has grown their audience by 1.0%. Greenpeace grew faster than everyone else, with 1.9% growth! On average, each post in this landscape earns more than 1.16k engagements. World Wildlife Fund is topping the charts with more than 8.97k engagements per post on their 82 posts in the last 30 days.
Natural Resources Defense Council
0.10% Engagement Rate
Planet Earth needs you. We have about 11 years left to save the world, according to the latest IPCC report. Let's not waste them. ❤️ this post if you love our home. . . . . #planetearth #earth #maketheplanetgreatagain #makeearthgreatagain #greenpeace #climatechange #photooftheday #nasa #space #universe #instadaily #instaphoto #amazing #nature #environment
Young people are marching because the adults aren't doing anything about climate change. If this doesn't inspire you today, nothing will. The movement for a liveable planet is unstoppable. . . . #MondayMotivation #climatestrike #youth4climate #FridaysForFuture #inspo #inspirational #activism #youngactivism #gettinghotinhere #planetearth #noplanetb #nature #climate #climatechange #youthstrike4climate #oceans #plastic #strike #schoolstrike #riseup #saveourplanet #protest #resist #signs #march
Today is #WorldWhaleDay. Did you know whales can become entangled in fishing nets? It’s called bycatch, and it’s an all too common story. For example, baleen whales (like the grey whale pictured here) can become easily twisted up in nets during their winter migrations off of North America’s Pacific Coast. WWF is working with policy-makers …
We just launched the Spring edition of World Wildlife magazine! From balancing tourism and conservation in the Galápagos to the next generation of environmental activists, you won’t want to miss these compelling conservation stories. Follow the link in our bio to read the issue. PS: there are some great tips in this edition about tackling food …
#Repost cleanairmoms: It is looking more and more like we will be around, right here, when our children ask: Why didn’t you stop this catastrophe — a simple pollution problem, with lots of solutions! 🌎 🌍 🌏 #faketrumpemergency #nationalclimateemergency #climatefriday #actonclimate #qotd #fridaymotivation #climatesafety #ourkids #nationalemergency #extremeweather #climatechange #climateaction
Call your senators: 202-730-9006 BREAKING NEWS: Trump illegally declared a national emergency. This act is one of the most shocking, dangerous, and damaging abuses of power by any president in our country’s history -- all in desperation to build a cruel, inhumane, environmentally disastrous border wall. Congress must use it's co-equal power to overrule this declaration! Call …
Just your typical traffic jam in Yellowstone National Park 🚦 [Photo: Neal Herbert/NPS) _ #Yellowstone #FindYourPark #Bison #Nature
A young boy on horseback minding his family's herd of goats in the grassland steppe of eastern Mongolia's Tosonhulstai Nature Reserve. TNC began working in Mongolia in 2008 with the goal of protecting the vast, unspoiled landscape of the grasslands for nature and people. Since then, we've continued to work with the Mongolian government to help …
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Landscape photographer and environmentalist Ansel Adams was born on this day in 1902
The future looks brighter every day because of supporters like you. Thank you for giving hope to a new generation in Niger. Photos: jeremysnell
3/9—#9For19 Burgeoning demand from wildlife markets in southern China beginning in the mid-1990s virtually wiped out the Burmese star tortoise in a matter of years. At one point, it was considered ecologically extinct. Today, it's part of an active breeding program we run with our partners, turtlesurvival and the Myanmar government. Approximately 750 animals have been …
New campaign from New Zealand --> https://mpumalanganews.co.za/350985/food-nude-nz-ditching-plastic-packaging-fruit-vegetables-supermarkets/ What do you think?
BREAKING NEWS: Donald Trump has illegally declared a national emergency. This act is one of the most shocking, dangerous, and damaging abuses of power by any president in our country’s history -- all in desperation to build a cruel, inhumane, environmentally disastrous border wall. Congress must use it's co-equal power to overrule this declaration! Take action …
A movement of students, led almost entirely by young women, are going on strike in Europe to demand action on climate change ✊✊#ActOnClimate
The Appalachian Trail is an American treasure—we should probably keep leak-prone fossil fuel pipelines away from it.
They lied to us. They made us feel guilty for not being environmentally conscious. But they're the ones to blame for this crisis. It’s time they change their behaviours and stop putting the blame on us.
Over 40% of insect species are at risk of extinction, and a 3rd are endangered, says a new study. Before you "bug off" here are 5 things you can do to protect insects from declining >> https://act.gp/2TKIMHr
Today is World Whale Day. Did you know whales can become entangled in fishing nets? It’s called bycatch, and it’s an all too common story. For example, baleen whales (like the grey whale pictured here) can become easily twisted up in nets during their winter migrations off of North America’s Pacific Coast. WWF is working …
Be one of the millions of people around the world who will turn off their lights for one hour on March 30 at 8:30 p.m. for #EarthHour. Join us and together we’ll speak up for wildlife and forests. We’ll show our support for rivers and oceans. And we’ll rally around crucial actions needed to curb …
📷 : Protecting the "gold bar of the sea".
"These environments are the landscapes that shaped us as a people." We continue to celebrate Black History Month by highlighting those who excel in their respective fields and influence a new generation of environmental advocates.
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Today is #WorldWhaleDay and things are looking up for humpbacks. Off Gabon and Madagascar, their populations have grown significantly. From the beaches around New York City, you can actually see them breaching. That's why they made our #9For19 list. http://bit.ly/2S5fxxG
Toxic snow is covering the streets in Siberia. We need to quit coal, like yesterday. #keepitintheground livescience.com/64787-dont-eat…3.50k Likes • 2.06k Retweets
100 years of #climate anomalies in 15 seconds. Wait until the end... There is no more time to wait. We must act on #climatechange NOW. pic.twitter.com/tsMdjndGvJ
Check out this beautiful footage of the endangered Lake Saimaa ringed seal. pic.twitter.com/CDUD5pd4fq
We love this @Lunarbaboon cartoon so much! pic.twitter.com/aJFzklCFA3
Yes, your kids are about to go on strike because you won’t do anything about climate change. bit.ly/2SGvJdL (via @sierra_magazine)573 Likes • 196 Retweets
Today is #WorldWhaleDay. Did you know whales can become entangled in fishing nets? It’s called bycatch, and it’s an all too common story. WWF is working with policy-makers and the US government to leverage regulations and protect marine mammals. pic.twitter.com/4zHd5j9dMi
Pangolins are the world's most trafficked animal. This #WorldPangolinDay, check out 10 facts about the only mammal with scales: on.nrdc.org/2GLxxuS331 Likes • 223 Retweets
BREAKING: Latino workers and environmental organizations represented by @Earthjustice and @NRDC sued the Trump administration today over its failure to ban the commercial and consumer use of methylene chloride, a highly lethal chemical in paint strippers. earthjustice.org/news/press/201…250 Likes • 129 Retweets
The wetlands of Australia's Nimmie-Caira are ancient, and degraded. But by working w/ indigenous people who’ve lived here for 50,000 years, we’re giving 215,000+ acres of these wetlands new life: bit.ly/2DUXkh4 pic.twitter.com/ZgLRfYbpGP
We continue to celebrate Black History Month by highlighting those who excel in their respective fields and influence a new generation of environmental advocates. pic.twitter.com/GPdyF0Bfwm
Kids who attend school get to dream about futures as engineers, entrepreneurs, doctors, and presidents. Thanks for giving clean water and empowering young leaders around the world! pic.twitter.com/cpJymkoeeQ
From the day he placed a satellite collar on her (pictured) to the day he discovered she had been killed by wolves, WCS’s Tom Glass tracked Avalanche, a young wolverine. He wrote about the insights gained into a species we're still grasping to understand. bit.ly/2X46joS pic.twitter.com/4IZMsN75oV