INTO THE AMAZON
The Amazon is a vast and majestic rainforest teeming with an estimated quarter of all known land species. The jaguar, the pink river dolphin, the sloth, the world’s largest flower, a monkey the size of a toothbrush and a spider the size of a baseball are just a few of the species that we know about – there are many more yet to be discovered. It is also home to over 20 million people, including hundreds of indigenous peoples.
Join Senior Forests Campaigner Daniel Brindis on Tuesday, May 13th at 3pm ET / 12pm PT for an exclusive interactive update on Greenpeace’s campaign to save the Amazon Rainforest! Daniel will share insider information about the issues putting the planet’s largest remaining rainforest at risk, the work Greenpeace is doing to preserve and protect it, and how you can play a role in defending this and all of the Earth’s forests.
This promises to be an excellent webinar full of exciting stories from Daniel’s adventures in the Amazon.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Into the Amazon with Daniel Brindis
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
3pm ET / 12pm PT
To join the live videostream please complete the form below. A link to the webinar will be sent to the e-mail address you provide. Please note that the videostream will not begin streaming till just prior to the start of the webinar.
To join by phone dial (800) 309-2350 and enter 4197080# when prompted.
ABOUT DANIEL BRINDIS
As a Greenpeace Senior Forests Campaigner, Daniel’s areas of expertise include the Amazon, the Canadian Boreal and environmental certification schemes like the Forest Stewardship Council. He splits his time between Greenpeace’s San Francisco and Brazilian offices. Daniel has a Juris Doctor from American University’s Washington College of Law and a Bachelor’s in International Studies from Emory University. He is fluent in Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish.
This event is part of The Greenpeace Roadshow, an ongoing series of casual conversations, interactive discussions, and events taking place online and in the neighborhood. Online webinars are held on the second Tuesday of every month.