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Un Salto de Vida (A Leap of Life)

Un Salto de Vida (A Leap of Life)

Created in collaboration with award winning documentary film-maker Eugenio Pogolvsky, “Un Salto de Vida” focuses on a family living in El Salto, a city on one of Mexico’s most heavily polluted rivers: the Rio Santiago.

The film follows Sofia, her mother Graciela and her father Enrique as they work with other members of their community to fight for environmental justice and an end to the toxic pollution being caused by industry.

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Bat conservation in Mexico and Latin America

Bat conservation in Mexico and Latin America

Rodrigo Medellin, a leading bat expert from Mexico, is the first winner of the new Whitley Fund for Nature Gold Award for his on-going work to study, raise awareness and highlight the importance of Latin America’s bats.

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