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Today, on , learn how you can help protect the Sumatran rhino. Only 80 are left in the entire world and they are separated across land and sea on two of Indonesia’s largest islands. They are one of 5 rhino species, and the closest living relative of the extinct Woolly Rhinos. The species is the last of its genus, meaning if it disappears, an entire branch of the rhinoceros family tree goes with it. The Government of Indonesia has launched an emergency action plan to help save the species and @global_wildlife_conservation @rhinosirf @insidenatgeo @WWF and IUCN are leading to save the species from extinction. Learn more about the species and how you can help at sumatranrhinorescue.org 🦏 📸: @joelsartore

@aljazeeraenglish: Millions in Somalia at risk of starvation. ⁠.⁠ The United Nations is warning more than two million people in Somalia are at risk of starvation as the country faces its worst drought since 2011.⁠ .⁠ Somalia has suffered serious drought periods in the previous years. Follow the link in our profile to view a gallery from 2017, when the country went through that again.⁠ .⁠

Thanks to timely action, Instituto Araguaia has successfully contained fires that threatened Cantão State Park and an adjacent reserve created to protect the home of myriad species including the endangered Kaempfer's Woodpecker in central Brazil. It took a team of 29 people six days to extinguish the fires, with support from the Amazon Forest Fund and the @AmericanBirdConservancy. Instituto Araguaia work to protect a critical and unique ecotone where the Amazon, the Pantanal and the Cerrado ecosystems come together. The area is an important refuge for iconic species such as the Pink River Dolphin and Giant Otter. As elsewhere in the region, large portions of the forest have been cleared for cattle pasture and and cattle feed crops, increasing the risk of wildfires. With the fires in this vital area contained, we are committed to supporting our partners to protect and restore the ecosystems that sustain such a flourishing diversity of life. @EarthAlliance @Global_Wildlife_Conservation

@earthalliance: Let's demand an end to the age of fossil fuels and usher in a new age of natural solutions and climate justice for everyone. No matter where you are in the world, here are some simple ways you can get involved with a near you.

@nrdc_org: On Friday, September 20, NRDC is following the lead of young climate leaders like @GretaThunberg and others, and striking for ! ✊ Around the world, climate activists will be taking to the streets, calling on governments to tackle the crisis with the urgency it deserves—because future generations depend on it. 🌎Just days before the U.N. Climate Summit in New York, the strike will kick off a week of action and send a clear message to decision makers that there is no more time to deliberate. Join the fight for a livable planet and ! Visit the link in their profile to find a march in your city, or text CLIMATE STRIKE to 21333! 🙌 -

@guardian: "It was an iconic symbol for all the glaciers in Sweden. But we don’t need any more symbols," says Gunhild Ninis Rosqvist, a geography professor at Stockholm University. "We can see the climate changing before our eyes up here, and we need to do something about it.” The southern glacier at Kebnekaisie's summit is known to Swedes as their country's highest peak. But this year scientists discovered it had lost that title having shrunk by almost four metres. Scientists have blamed a 10C increase in summer temperatures and wildfires burning across the Arctic.. . . . . .

@richardladkani: Revamped @seaofshadows trailer out now. The fight to save the smallest whale on earth is on! Watch courageous heroes take on the Chinese Maria, Mexican cartels and corrupt government officials to save the aquarium of the world. In Mexican and Austrian theaters Sept. 20, coming to the UK Sept. 27th. Watch the film and join the battle!

@ajplus: Around 300 people blocked the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival demanding action to tackle the climate crisis.

@aljazeeraenglish: Indonesia’s Komodo Island is expected to be handed back to the dragons. ⁠.⁠ Following a boom in tourism, the country has decided to close Komodo Island to the public for one year in 2020, to allow for the recovery of the world’s largest living lizard's habitat and to protect the species.⁠ .⁠ But the move comes at the expense of the local residents who share the island with the Komodo dragon.⁠ .⁠ Back in 2010, Al Jazeera met the Komodo dragon. Follow the link in their profile to watch the report.⁠ . ⁠

@wsj: The number of fires in the Amazon region this year is more than double the 19,229 that burned during the same period last year. But as international leaders raise the alarm about the fate of the planet's most biodiverse forest, many Brazilians say the world is overreacting. Fueling the situation is a defiant president, outraged environmentalists and conspiracy theories over foreigners' plans to take control of the Amazon. Read more at the link in the @wsj’s bio. 📷: @dadogaldierihilaea for @wsjphotos

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@cnnclimate: Wörthersee Football Stadium in Austria has been transformed into a lush forest 🌲🌳🌱 in an effort to raise awareness of deforestation and . The pitch is now lined with about 300 trees, some weighing up to six tons each. The aim is to “challenge our perception of nature and question its future” and symbolizes the notion that nature “may someday only be found in specially designated spaces,” says Klaus Littmann, the Swiss artist behind the project. (📸: UNIMO, Gerhard Maurer)

@undp: The Asia and Pacific region is the most disaster-prone region in the world. ⁠ ⁠ A two meter sea level rise could displace over 180 million people, mostly across Asia. Indonesia is already planning to move its capital city of Jakarta to Borneo to protect its people from dangerous floods. But many more communities and lives are at stake.⁠ ⁠ In this photo, volunteers are planting mangrove saplings in an estuary in Bali to fight coastal erosion and land degradation in Indonesia.⁠ ⁠ Climate change is the existential challenge of our time. ⁠ The @UnitedNations calls for cutting CO2 emissions in half by 2030 and reach by 2050. Getting there won't be easy. We must make dramatic changes to our production and consumption patterns.⁠ ⁠ We're currently working with governments and communities in developing countries across the world to amp up climate action plans for a greener and healthier future for all life on Earth.⁠ ⁠ Click on @undp's profile and tap on the link in their bio to read the latest story about the top climate risks in Asia and the Pacific region.⁠ ⁠ Photo: @undpindonesia/ Tim Laman⁠ ⁠

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