Alan J. HesseFreelance Conservationist, environmental educator and author-illustrator, AJH Education Comics & Cartoons
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About Alan J. Hesse
My conservation career started in 1992 when I helped set up and joined a University expedition to the Bolivian Amazon. What started out as a 3-month experience ended up being a life-changing inflection point that set my professional and personal course to the present day. My conservation experience was built bottom-up and hands-on, and includes field data collection and logistics, grassroots organization leadership and project management, community engagement and capacity building, M&E, training and behavior change, and lately climate education through authorship of graphic novels and other resources.
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Amrein Tamásné Miskolczi Boglárka
Owner, leader, researcher and project manager, Ecological Farm and Bird-Nest Box Station
A bit late perhaps but congratulations @Flavia Martinelli on being a WH Connector!
Thanks for sharing this resource @Flavia Martinelli. I had come across it before and I believe it is a rare example of fact-based storytelling that truly reflects Global South perspectives. I too create graphic novels about climate change and in fact I'm working on my 5th one right now, which is 100% focused on Brazil. If interested I'd love to run it past you at some point!
Note: Due to the UK leaving British Summer Time please double check your time zone is accurate. I have checked on the internet but just to be sure!
5pm GMT Margate/London/Wiltshire, UK @Jack Cole @Douglas Houston @Eden Plummer @Jennifer McNulty @Christine Tansey @Jackie Symmons @Juliet Landeman @Taranee @Emily Wagdin @Evelyn Len @Charlotte Green @Giuseppe Forestieri @Emily Rampling @Camille Burton Belfast, UK @Lucy Tallents , @Lara Reden
6pm Abuja, Nigeria @Temitope Rebecca Adelola and @Temiloluwa Fajembola Yaoundé, Cameroon @Fodjo Tamo Cédric Alex and @Fai Collins Ndi Madrid, Spain @Matthias Zaussinger @Fátima D. Gigante Germany @Stephanie Ward Sweden @Kate Evans @Malin Johansson France @Natalia Rożniewska
7pm Lusaka, Zambia @Chewe Chiti , @Victor Chanza Gaborone, Botswana @Albertinah Matsika Harare, Zimbabwe @Marrian Tendai Rwizi South Africa @Luke Foster Lusaka, Zambia @Chewe Chiti , @Victor Chanza
8pm Mji Mkongwe, Zanzibar @Ussi Abuu Mnamengi Dar es Salaam @Athumani Zuberi and @Philipo Herman Malley Nairobi, Kenya @Neville Agesa and @Muthoni Njuguna and @Kevin Lunzalu
10PM Pakistan @Ufaq Manzar
10:30PM New Delhi, India @Dr Pranab J Patar , @Loretta Andrade , and @Kartik Thevar
9AM Santa Cruz, USA @Carolyn Rosevelt, MSc (she/her)
11AM Costa Rica, @Frank van der Most
12PM Quito, Ecuador @Alan J. Hesse Belmopan, Belize @James Foley Washington D. C., USA @Craig Fergus
2PM Brasilia, Brazil @Laura Nery Silva OH, USA @Josh Boyle Nova Scotia, Canada @Nolan White
Thank you Lize for going the extra mile calculating the time zones! Very good practice. See you all there.
Hi @Mitchell Rae pleased to meet you and congratulations for this event! Unfortunately for some reason it slipped under my radar but I'd love to know how it went. I too dedicate my efforts to communicating about climate and nature in ways that are engaging, effective and positive. Hopefully we can meet at one of the WH Socials some time to chat further.
Thanks for posting Lize and to both you and Lara for setting this up! Looking forward to the next Art Social!
Thanks for this fantastic learning opportunity, @Giuseppe Forestieri - I'll be there!
Thanks for setting this up Lize, I look forward to helping you welcome all contributors and visitors to this social! Might it be an idea to share the event on social media to invite non-members to also attend? If this is only for WH members that's fine.
Welcome to the WildHub community Emily! You'll find that this is a great place to network. Looking forward to meeting you at one of the next socials!