Lynkos Sarah Gregg

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“Mi rendo conto che non possiamo vincere questa battaglia per salvare specie e ambienti senza creare un legame emozionale tra noi e la natura, poiché non lotteremo per salvare ciò che non amiamo, ma che apprezziamo solo in qualche senso astratto. Dobbiamo fare spazio alla natura nel nostro cuore” (Stephen Gould)

Lynkos è il lince, selvatico e solitario, schivo, schietto e spietato verso l'inganno e la falsità. E' anche  il “link”, il ponte che unisce la mente e l'anima, le conoscenze e le emozioni, per comunicare e per coinvolgere con semplicità e immediatezza. Lynkos è il mio modo di mettere ciò che sono al servizio della natura e di chi lavora per conoscerla, salvaguardarla e divulgarla, Sarah Gregg.

Ecologia, ambiente, biodiversità altrove nel mondo

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