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 this landscape has grown their audience by 0.2%. Wildlife Conservation Society grew faster than everyone else, with 0.7% growth! On average, each post in this landscape earns more than 1.57k engagements. World Wildlife Fund is topping the charts with more than 7.31k engagements per post on their 54 posts in the last 30 days.
Natural Resources Defense Council
0.09% Engagement Rate
Repost wwf_act • • • • • • One of the main drivers of zoonotic disease outbreaks is the trade in high-risk wildlife. People are put at risk when diseases jump from wildlife to people. That can happen when wildlife are captured, transported, or sold in often crowded and unsanitary conditions. To help prevent future pandemics like …
Our plastic problem is out of control. This #PlasticFreeJuly, let’s choose a future with cleaner communities and oceans. We could start by refusing to use single-use plastics and demand the world’s biggest plastic polluters to invest in reuse. Link in our bio. . . . . #breakfreefromplastic #plasticfreejuly #saynotoplastic #greenpeace #green #climatechange #climateemergency #climatecrisis
In the first half of 2020, #AirPollution was responsible for the loss of an estimated 𝟵𝟴,𝟬𝟬𝟬 lives in the world’s five most populous cities and a combined economic cost of 𝗨𝗦$𝟱𝟲.𝟱 𝗯𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗼𝗻. . Despite COVID lockdowns, air pollution has taken a devastating toll in 2020. . The biggest source of air pollution globally is the burning of oil and …
They purr like cats, look like small bears, and smell like hot buttered popcorn (we’re not kidding). Say hello to the forest-dwelling bearcat! Found in the Eastern Hemisphere, these mammals spend most of their time in tree canopies searching for food. Click the link in our bio to learn more.
"I went to remote St. Paul Island to photograph cliff-dwelling seabirds and was pleasantly surprised to find the island also hosted a number of Arctic Fox families. This family of 5 lived in an old junkyard, and this youngster was curious and approached me as I lay on the ground waiting." –Caption+📸: wolferphoto #arcticfox #stpaul #stpaulisland #wildlifephotography …
I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, "This is what it is to be happy." –Sylvia Plath Have you been getting your nature fix lately? 🌱 #naturethoughts #natureisbetter #outdoors #greatoutdoors #naturephotography #peopleandnature #photography #sylviaplath 📸: steven_gnam
#repost climatelockdown “White supremacy leads the way toward disposable people and a disposable world.” Hop Hopkins⠀ ⠀ #climatelockdown #pandemic #protestinplace #covid19 #georgefloyd #endwhitesupremacy #endracism #racistamerica #racismiskillingus #sacrificezones #canceralley #deathalley #navajonation #poisonedair #endcoal #endcoalpower #environmentalinjustice #environmentalracism #blm #blacklivesmatter #blacklivesmatters #intersectionalenvironmentalism #climatechange #pollution hop1972 sierraclub #hophopkins
Today’s #PeopleOfPublicLands feature is veteransforpeace, an organization of military veterans and allies that works to build a culture of peace by sharing their experiences and educating the public on the true causes and costs of war. VFP members have showed up for many vital causes, from advocating for racial justice to protecting wild spaces. Right now, …
#BREAKING: Today, the Trump administration rolled back #NEPA, the foundational environmental law that’s protected our communities and democracy for the last 50 years. The National Environmental Policy Act mandates a transparent, thorough, and scientific review into the environmental impacts of polluting projects—and ensures the public gets a say. We will not let this stand. Take …
The Bering Sea is an important migratory seascape for whales, walruses, seals, and other acoustically sensitive animals. . There sea ice plays a central role in the soundscape of these Arctic waters. Now, scientists fear, the disappearance of the ice due to a changing climate could mean a marine realm increasingly filled with shipping and other human-related ocean …
ICYMI: Last week, gewhitmer signed an executive order to ensure working families will have access to clean water. Learn more in our bio 💧#CleanWaterForAll
Right now, no matter where you live, washing your hands with clean water and soap is the first line of defense against COVID-19. The Spring, our monthly giving community, is bringing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene resources to people in need every single month. ⠀ Since 2015, The Spring has funded clean and safe water for more …
BREAKING: The Trump administration just finalized changes to the NEPA regulations. This unprecedented move intentionally silences frontline communities who are facing the worst of both climate change and COVID-19. We will not let this stand.
The Trump administration is moving ahead with a plan that—if it withstands court challenges from Indigenous nations and conservation and outdoor recreation organizations—would allow for new oil, gas, and mineral extraction in the once-preserved landscapes.
The recent success of frontline communities against powerful pipeline developers shows why we must fight the Trump administration’s efforts to silence people by curtailing #NEPA and the #CleanWaterAct. It also shows that we CAN build a better future:
Today marks 35 years since the bombing and sinking of the #RainbowWarrior in New Zealand. As always, we remember Fernando who was killed on that day, and we reflect on how, together, we have shown that you can't sink a Rainbow. Today we are as strong as ever, and as we face the undeniable threat of the …
Grassroots resistance shuts down Atlantic Coast, Dakota Access, and Keystone XL.
35 years ago today, the Greenpeace ship the Rainbow Warrior was bombed and sunk by French government agents in New Zealand - killing one crew member, photographer Fernando Pereira. On this day we remember Fernando, and with your help, ensure the Rainbow Warrior spirit continues to fight environmental injustice around the world. 🌈 You can read more …
They purr like cats, look like small bears, and smell like hot buttered popcorn (we’re not kidding). Say hello to the forest-dwelling bearcat!
The world needs sharks and rays. This #SharkAwarenessDay, learn five ways they help the planet: https://wwf.to/2BZYhrH
One morning in mid-February, two people went out for their morning run through Chimney Springs in the Coconino National Forest. About six miles in, they stopped for a breather and to take in the view, at which point they locked eyes with a large canine high above the trail. What was it? A rare, lone Mexican …
This week, we shared new camera trap images of the world's rarest gorilla from the WCS Cross River Gorilla Landscape Project. These images are a sign the species is successfully reproducing and populations recovering—a result of field-based protection efforts and the commitment of our local partners. More from CNN: https://cnn.it/3iRXxp9
School may be out but learning will always be in. Use our week-long thematic family guides to lead an at-home summer camp! 🌞📚
Right now, no matter where you live, washing your hands with clean water and soap is the first line of defense against COVID-19. The Spring, our monthly giving community, is bringing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene resources to people in need every single month. Since 2015, The Spring Community has funded clean and safe water for …
Joshua Tree National Park night skies. Pic: National Park Service pic.twitter.com/3tXfdsef1o
Four in 10 humans rely on the ocean for food, and marine life produces 70% of our oxygen. Don't you think that's worth protecting? act.gp/2BZYTh2 #ProtectTheOceans712 Likes • 299 Retweets
This is what Bolsonaro’s anti-environmental agenda looks like. The Amazon rainforest is vital for the climate, for biodiversity and for the lives of Indigenous Peoples. We cannot allow it to continue to be destroyed for profits. act.gp/2ZfxJva509 Likes • 339 Retweets
Within 24 hours two pipelines came to an end—this is what happens when community members come together to fight for a safe, pollutant-free home. 🙌🏽 on.nrdc.org/2ZdXJHs428 Likes • 156 Retweets
The world needs sharks and rays. This #SharkAwarenessDay, learn five ways they help the planet: wwf.to/2Zs6ZYH pic.twitter.com/WbXFgAb00m
They purr like cats, look like small bears, and smell like hot buttered popcorn (we’re not kidding). Say hello to the forest-dwelling bearcat! wwf.to/36BRNKk191 Likes • 48 Retweets
“We can’t solve the climate crisis without people of color, but we could probably solve it without racists.” —@ayanaeliza, marine biologist ✊🏿✊🏽✊🏾 on.nrdc.org/2BONuR5180 Likes • 67 Retweets
25% of emissions. 70% of freshwater use. 80% of habitat loss. The way we grow food is accelerating #climatechange—and those impacts also put farms at risk. But there’s a better path for people & nature: nature.ly/3gORdgg #naturenow pic.twitter.com/tbmWoPgKBg
Tourism funds wildlife conservation in many places worldwide—but #COVID19 has shown us the need for more sustainable revenue streams. nature.ly/3iW6mho181 Likes • 60 Retweets
Environmental Injustice Is Another Form of 'Assault on Black Bodies,' Says Sen. Cory Booker ow.ly/LTq950Av0K5 @TIME @CoryBooker152 Likes • 38 Retweets
Sharks and rays, crucial to the balance of the ocean, are among the most endangered groups on Earth. Last year's IPBES report said 31% are now threatened with extinction. We must protect them before it's too late. More: bit.ly/2Zr5SrT #SharkAwarenessDay pic.twitter.com/V30u5uEFb2
Right now, no matter where you live, washing your hands with clean water and soap is the first line of defense against COVID-19. The Spring, our monthly giving community, is bringing clean water, sanitation, and hygiene resources to people in need every single month. pic.twitter.com/6N3T8frhyt