On September 15th 2018, the first event from the Future For Nature Academy Nijmegen chapter was held in collaboration with Nijmegen Green Capital. Our hosts, Jannah and Eline, welcomed over 35 people at De Bastei, natural and cultural history museum on the River Waal. Sticking close to home, Caspar Hallman, a researcher at Radboud University, […]
Cleaning the entire Dutch coastline in only two weeks, that is the ambitious goal of the Boskalis Beach Cleanup Tour, a yearly event organised by Stichting de Noordzee. This summer, as much as 2,764 volunteers helped to reach this goal and a small team gathered by FFNAcademy was part of them! We spent an afternoon […]
In August 2018 the FFNAcademy Wageningen participated in the Regreenging. A joint activities camp of 4 days organized by various green student organizations active in the Green Active Network, intended for the new students in Wageningen with an interest in sustainability. The FFNAcademy Wageningen contributed financially to the Regreening, and helped with a games afternoon […]
Poaching and the illegal trade in wildlife products is a major conservation challenge of the 21st century. Many scientists and conservationists are using their expertise to understand and tackle this complicated problem. On the 24th of August, the Future For Nature Academy joined forces with dr. Andrew Lemieux of the Netherlands Institute for the Study […]
I realise that I promised you a vlog for this week, but due to circumstances, I wasn’t able to make a video. Nevertheless, the story of this week shows you what happens with unreleasable pangolins and introduces you to the other inhabitants of the rescue centre. Enjoy the blog!