The events and campaigns of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Royal Marines Charity raise values ​​for various projects. They are publicized by his ambassador, the actor Henry Cavill, who participates and make people aware of the seriousness and importance of these institutions.

The highlights of these causes, during the week, you remember now:

The news shared by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust THIS week begins with a video posted on the 30th, showing Lee Durrell – honorary director of the institution – surrounded by loving lemurs, thanking all Durrell’s followers for social networking, #SocialMediaDay.

On July,1th  Durrell published another (very cute!) video, celebrating love. Of course, if after seeing this moment shared by the pigs, you want to know more about the preservation of the smallest species of pig in the world – threatened with extinction – you can watch the documentary Durrell Underhogs at www.durrell.org/underhogs

At the Durrell archive of last Wednesday, the institution’s website posted a photo of Gerald Durrell at the Oka Reservation – near Moscow, Russia – in 1984.

Other information released by the Durrell networks this week has a direct link with Brasil.

Whoever leaves aluminum cans at the recycling collection point (which sits in the parking lot of Jersey Zoo, Durrell Park in Jersey), helps preserve the Black Lion Moth. Every 50 cans collected, the Cans for Runners project, in partnership with IPE Institute, plants a tree in Brasil, (we already talked about the reforestation of the corridors of Atlantic Forest in the LINK OF MATERIA matter). Ensuring reforestation of the region is of utmost importance for the safety not only of the Black Lion Tamarin but also of several other species in the region. Learn more about Durrell’s work in Brasil athttp://wildlife.durrell.org/support/cans/

As Durrell’s ambassador, Henry Cavill promotes the campaigns and participates in events at the institution to raise funds for this and various other conservation actions around the world.

The Royal Marines shared this week some photos of the Green Dragon Exercise. About a third of the Commando’s logistical regiment left its base at Chivenor in northern Devon and went to Salisbury Plain to support 3 Commando Brigades, an indispensable job to ensure that a unit is able to stay in line Operations. Learn more at the Royal Navy website.

Another Royal Marines publication was a video showing a hand-to-hand combat demonstration at the Commando Training Center, but the post came with a very clear message: “Do not try this at home!

Raising funds for the Royal Marines Charity, members of the Royal Marines School of Music raced on bikes from Lympstone in Devon to Portsmouth. The record of this action was shared by the Royal Marine Band page.

Also highlighting the inscription of the Commando Challenge – taking place on 14 and 15 October – and supports the Royal Marines Charity, and the Devon Air Ambulance Trust.
The Commando Challenge page has invited everyone to reveal their superhero side and ensure they sign up for the challenge, 5k or 10k. And the picture chosen, reminds us of a certain superhero, or would it be an ambassador for that cause?

Entries can be made at www.commandochallenge.co.uk/signup

Learn all the news of the causes that Henry Cavill is ambassador, through the weekly newsletter of the Portal Henry Cavill, the Henry Cavill Charity Updates, and know more of these institutions accessing::

»»» theroyalmarinescharity.org.uk/
»»» www.durrell.org
»»» cavillconservation.com


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