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International Paper Helps Conserve Pearl Mussels in Dordogne, France

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Our IP Forêt Services team in France collaborated with FSC France and World Wildlife Fund to develop tools and a new website to facilitate the identification, management and monitoring of high conservation value for

EarthxFilm 2021 Announces Film Lineup for 5th Edition (April 16-25)

Environmentally-focused film festival doubles up on daily in-person and virtual screening presentations including Opening and Closing Night selections of Sally Aitken’s PLAYING WITH SHARKS and World Premiere of Clark Johnson’s PERCY VS GOLIATH
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DALLAS, March 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ – EarthxFilm announces ten days and nights of drive-in, outdoor and online screenings during this year’s hybrid edition of the Dallas-based environmental film festival. The Festival continues its mission to showcase films and emerging media that explore science, conservation, climate change, and the environment while honoring the heroes working to protect our planet. EarthxFilm aims to turn awareness into action through education, art, and media. 

Black Forest Snacks Announces a Series of Purpose-Led Commitments Focused on Real Action

Launching commitments across sustainability and social impact, Black Forest is making bold moves to take real action for the good of people and the planet including sustainable packaging by 2025
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CHICAGO, March 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of International Day of Forests on March 21, Black Forest, a candy and snack brand inspired by real forests, announces its purpose commitment to become a sustainable brand. As the first in the candy gummy and fruit snack category to make this purpose-led pledge, Black Forest is taking real action including committing to real ingredients that are better for people, moving to fully sustainable packaging, continuing to plant and protect forests, and reducing its impact in its production. 

A Firefly's View of the Insect Apocalypse


Initiatives to Address Light-related Animal Welfare Challenges
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NEW YORK, March 17, 2021, /3BL Media/ — The Zoological Lighting Institute™ (ZLI) recognizes the publication of an important new study enhancing growing awareness that light pollution is driving the insect apocalypse, a deadly global decline in insect populations that threatens food security and human sustainability in general. ZLI will dedicate a portion of its ZALA Animal Welfare Stations to monitoring artificial light in the environment, and to aid ongoing research efforts through grants, resources, and expertise provision.

Earthx Faith Is Green Series Showcases Theological Perspectives on Conservation and Climate Change

Religious leaders come to EarthxTV to share theological takes on climate change and faith-based environmental stewardship during multi-episode programs
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DALLAS, February 19, 2021, /3BL Media/ - EarthxTV launches a new program bringing faith leaders together to share, discuss and debate perspectives on the environment, conservation and climate change.  Faith Is Green looks through the lens of various faith and belief systems to explore our environment from a theological perspective and aims to bring forward viewpoints often marginalized in environmental circles and inspire climate action from these unique religious standpoints.

TUSK Announces a $1.3 Million Boost to Its Conservation Fund Awards

Africa’s wildlife protectors will be honored at the Tusk Awards 2020 with an additional £1million provided to conservation efforts
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LONDON, November 18, 2020 /3BL Media/ - This year, the prestigious Tusk Conservation Awards, launched with Prince William in 2013 to celebrate the work of leading conservationists in Africa, will take place virtually on Thursday 3rd December at 1:00 p.m. ET. This year the event will be broadcast free to air on Facebook Live and online at www.tuskawards.com – the public is invited to join in celebrating the importance of this good work.

Herbal Essences Join Forces With the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew to Help Save Endangered Plants From Extinction Through Seed Banking

Endangered plants need our help- now more than ever
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Plants underpin all life on Earth, providing the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat – they’re the backbone of the world’s ecosystems.

However, experts predict that one in five plant species is at risk of annihilation. This means that plants are going extinct two times faster than animals.

Supporting Forest and Stream Habitat Restoration in the Cumberland Plateau

International Paper’s Forestland Stewards Partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation supports $1.3 million in conservation grant funding
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Stretching from northwest Alabama to eastern Kentucky, the Cumberland Plateau consists of unique geology and landforms that create a vast diversity of habitats. The region was once dominated by shortleaf pine and oak communities, but these forest habitats have declined over the past several decades due to conversion of forest-type, conversion of forests to other land uses, fire suppression, and disease and pest infestations.

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