In todays podcast Melanie Boylan chats with Daniel Gutiérrez about his NGO, Saving the Amazon which is now in its sixth year. Hear about the work they do with the indigenous people, how they keep up accountability and how you can also make a difference in this delicate balance. Sustainability is everyone’s responsibility.
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The purpose of his life is to change the world. The most important struggle that humanity is facing is climate crisis and he decided to dedicate his life completely to this. Daniels’ goal is to be the voice of the most vulnerable, so that through their teachings they can make a better world. He has studied psychology and business administration.
About Saving the Amazon
Saving The Amazon seeks to unite the global and local community in a campaign to combat the climate crisis by planting trees with indigenous communities in the most important ecological sanctuary on the planet, the Amazon rainforest. We were conceived in 2015 and since then have planted over 160,000 trees and worked with 18 communities in the Colombian and Brazilian Amazon. Each tree marked with the name of a person from all over the world to make them participant in our ecosystem restoration and uniting the world under the Amazon rainforest cause.
About Melanie Boylan
Melanie has been a Freelance Journalist on the Irish Tech News senior team for 2 years. Her background knowledge and interest in a diverse field has allowed for some great chats with some amazing podcast guests.
With so much going on with your business, managing to create a social media strategy and all that it entails probably isn’t at the top of your list right now.
— Melanie Boylan (@STOMPSMTraining) September 21, 2021
Melanie also is a Social Media Trainer, Social Media Manager, Co-Founder of The Monday Morning Marketing Podcast, Mentor and Brand Ambassador for AgoraPulse UK and Ireland. She is also a Moderator on Clubhouse for Small Steps and Giant Leaps and Space for All Nations at @melanieboylan
If you would like to learn more, please visit her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanieboylan/
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