- 07 nov
People for Nature Press Release
People for Nature 2018
Braşov, November 7, 2018 - The first movie about people working for nature launches in the digital environment.
Wednesday 7th November 2018, Propark-Protected Areas Foundation launches the "People for Nature" series of movies online.
"The People for Nature" series of movies was presented to the public in Protected Areas Week, being received with great warmth by those present at the film release. The time has come for these materials to reach the digital environment so that their message reaches as many people as possible. The pilot film series "People for Nature" brings to the forefront 5 experts from different sub-domains and represents a first step in the promotion of activities in the field of nature protection in Romania. The initiative aims to contribute to the stimulation of professionalism and leadership in this field. This video is made by the team at NTD Film, composed of Dan Dinu and Cosmin Dumitrache, the filmmakers of "Wild Romania", said Alina Ionita, a nature conservation expert.
"The video can be viewed on Youtube and Facebook and can be sent on-demand in digital format to those who want to use it at their own nature conservation events. We want to continue this series of films because there are many professionals in this field who can inspire and motivate through the vast experience accumulated, "said Roxana Jordanescu, project manager.
The event is part of the "People for Nature" project, funded by the Partnership Foundation and MOL Romania, which aims to promote protected natural areas in Romania and people working in this field by organizing events for the general public.
The project budget is 22,240 RON of which 19,950 represents the financial contribution from the Partnership Foundation and MOL Romania
Project partners: Geopark of Dinosaurs Administration Haţeg Country, Association for the Conservation of Biological Diversity (ACDB) and Călimani National Park.
Propark-Protected Areas Foundation wishes to improve the management capacity of protected areas through training and training programs and projects that complement existing resources to maintain natural and cultural values and develop functional models for sustainable development in Romania.
Note for Editors:
1. More details about the "People for Nature" project: https://bit.ly/2svkVjo
2. The "People for Nature" movie series can be viewed here:
About the ranger job with Dan Grigoroaea: http://bit.ly/2QvaEy0
About nature education with Luminiţa Tănasie: http://bit.ly/2PK3Dfv
About the ornithologist's profession with Szilárd J. Darokzi: http://bit.ly/2PPGzw0
With Tibor Hartel about nature conservation research: http://bit.ly/2yVnq22
About forestry and nature protection with Mihai Zotta: http://bit.ly/2JJXz1
For information and details:
Communicator: Laura Istrate, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0730 / 63.41.70
Project manager: Roxana Iordăchescu, email@example.com, 0724 / 03.36.04