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In this episode we are giving focus to biodiversity and our dear forests. The mass extinction of life that we see today is something that is more serious than we know and discuss. Whilst the forestry industry is doing their best to make forestry look sustainable, we are losing more and more species everyday which has a direct negative ecological effect that most do not consider or even know about.  Joining me in this episode is Rebecka Le Moine, a biologist with a masters in ecology and nature conservation. Rebecka has also been a member of the Swedish Parliament since 2018.

What impact can forestry have on our health and close surroundings? Find out here on tellUs.

In this episode we promised to give a bit more information about the steps that are taken towards giving Mother Earth human rights. This is something really big and important and it makes me so happy to see these thing finally take form. Thank you everyone who everyday working for our dear planet! <3

Here is some links that I encourage you to check out to follow the beautiful projects that are happening around the world.

Read about Earths rights in UN here

Read more about the

actions taken here from End Ecoside Here

Read more articles here:

Three rivers with humans rights Wahington post

First river in the world in New Zealand with human rights BBC

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Gaeya’s quest to deliver an inspiring and sustainable message sees her create tellUs. The podcast focuses on sharing new ideas and solutions for the on-going issues mankind is facing from the results of long term misuse of the planet, its resources and its beings. With special guests joining the discussion every episode, it addresses modern societal affairs in connection with sustainability, highlighting possible solutions and alternative methods to help create a sustainable world, calling upon ecological, economical and social expertise.

This first introductory episode delivers a brief overview on the format of this podcast, what we will explore, who Gaeya is and three very simple ways you can kickstart your new journey into living a sustainable lifestyle. 

The next tellUS episode premiers on September 30th with Rebecka Le Moine, a conservation biologist with a masters degree in biology, ecology and conversation who is also a member of the Swedish Parliament. We'll be discussing all the hot topics around forestry and biodiversity, and giving you her top three tips to continue your journey into sustainable living. 

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