Drawn Journalism by Frits Ahlefeldt
Using ink, drawings and watercolors to redefine journalism
Stories about nature, biodiversity and our planet
The grown-ups leaving it to the young to make a difference
Live drawing: Laws can form the landscapes in many ways
Live drawing: Tourism, walking, birdwatching, taxpaying and customers can all support nature
Ai powered tech can play a part in the monitoring and saving of endangered species
Helping animals move between habitats as assisted migration, stepping stones and green corridors
Just by being outdoors we can enjoy the never ending storytelling of nature
Mostly underground the kingdom of fungi has been supporting us for millions of years
The crashing nature airplane metaphor
Just to categorize the species in risk is a challenge
An estimated 48% of existing bird species worldwide are in decline ( 2022)
The challenge of releasing animals back into the landscapes drawing
Trees are good for many things from timber, outdoor life, carbon sink, wild-food and more
Species have no time to adapt to global warming, they need to move - but where to?
Biodiversity is not always staying
Will we soon be able to synthesize nature?
Two kinds of know-how: Expert vs Network
The challenge of estimating the value of biodiversity
Conducted conservation vs rewilding jam session
Laws can clash with local needs, tradition and knowledge
Challenges a hundred years apart...
Locals are using technology to help monitor and protect nature
Live drawing on Citizen Science Conference in Denmark 2022
New hope to the critically endangered Sumatran Rhino
The Young have no planet B, the old have no time...
Single use plastics like cups, straws, food containers and cutlery is no longer welcome in the EU
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