The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) recognizes the problems facing humanity and their root causes and disseminates information about well tested experiences and solutions through film and multimedia-presentations. The EEMP, foremost John D. Liu, has made himself available for communicating about these critical problems and solutions, roving around the world constantly to reach new audiences with these yet rarely clearly outspoken truths. As he travels, he discovers yet more case studies of (land) degradation and restoration, and this feeds into a continuous interplay of ecosystem-related scientific learning and practical interventions with learning partners. The EEMP then captures and leverages visual imagery and explanations (translated into many languages) to present to governments and international agencies, policy makers and different interest groups to not only show how it is possible to restore the earth’s terrestrial ecosystems, but to flesh out the countless benefits that logically follow for human well being.

Learn more about EEMP on their website.