A captivating documentary by Wildlife Conservation Society-Fiji on #integrated #watershed #management in Fiji
The documentary "Mai na Uluniwai kina Tubiniwai: Working together for our health and nature", which presents the WISH approach, encourages the adoption of best practices in Integrated Watershed Management and aims to
to encourage the replication of this approach by others, throughout the Pacific and Oceania region.
You will discover how #scientific #studies measure #water #quality and how #educational #approaches explain the #impacts of #human #activities on #water, #food and #human #health. Share the enthusiasm of the local #communities involved in the project and the strengthening of their capacities in new water resource management practices, and witness the extremely encouraging first results of the actions by Wildlife Conservation Society-Fiji !
Dr Stacy Jupiter shares her vision: "This is an exciting pilot project, we've had resources to work with communities and governments to be able to carry out all these different types of actions in watersheds to improve environmental and human health. For longer-term success, we'll need more funding. It takes a long time to be able to change and have an impact. (...) It's not something one group can do alone."
🎥 Watch the full documentary here : https://lnkd.in/g-dKzUdg