Nature’s Resilience: Protect our Pollinators

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Endangered Species

 

About the Event:

Join our co-founding partner Emirates Nature-WWF in a captivating online session where we'll delve into the vital world of pollinators! From bees to butterflies and birds, discover the diverse range of pollinators that call the UAE home.

Pollinators are the unsung heroes of ecosystems, playing a pivotal role in ensuring food security and maintaining biodiversity. Join us as we uncover the critical roles these creatures play in pollinating native plants and crops.

Throughout the session, we'll explore the challenges facing pollinators, including the impacts of climate change on their habitats and behaviors! Gain valuable insights into how we can collectively address these challenges and safeguard our precious pollinators.

ABOUT THE SERIES

This session is also part of a 10-session series, where you will explore the rich tapestry of life unique to the UAE, from the expansive desert sands to the hidden oases, freshwater habitats, and coastal regions, while understanding the intricate link between biodiversity and climate change!

Through expert-led discussions, you'll gain a deep understanding of the importance of biodiversity conservation, sustainable stewardship practices, and their role in mitigating climate change and preserving the UAE's natural heritage.

By attending a total of 7 sessions, you will receive a certificate of completion, recognizing your commitment to environmental education and conservation efforts in the region!

PARTICIPANTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18

If you are under the age of 18 and wish to join our series please register through this form!

WHERE WILL THIS SESSION TAKE PLACE?

It will be held Online on Zoom

PLEASE NOTE: Kindly use the same email as your Leaders of Change email registration when attending the session to ensure you receive credit for your participation hours and certificates!

QUESTIONS?

For more information, please email us at [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +971585323400.

Event Schedules:

Tuesday, 6th August 2024
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM