Seafood See Life is a vibrant new network initiated by Greenpeace bringing together influential people organisations and businesses that want to be part of a positive wave of change for our oceans. The film (first shown at the Seafood See Life) launch party shows the problems facing our oceans and the positive changes that some people across the seafood industry are making to make sure that there will be fish on our plates tomorrow.
Whitley Award donated by The William Brake Charitable Trust. Dino Martins (Kenya) is working with the East Africa Natural History Society in the Great Rift Valley and Taita Hills to improve local understanding and awareness of the vital role of insects in pollinating crops and encourage more sustainable methods of agriculture, to create a better future for people, plants and pollinators.
Whitley Award donated by The Friends of The WFN to Jittin Ritthirat for Community-led conservation of Thailand’s Elephants in populated monsoon forest, West Thailand. Jittin Ritthirat (Thailand) is leading efforts in Salakpra (a backdrop for the De Niro film, The Deer Hunter) to reduce conflicts between wild elephants and domestic cattle over access to water and grazing, and restore Thailand’s oldest nature reserve as a national treasure, tourist magnet and example to others.