Over the past three decades, physician and 1993 Rolex Laureate Aldo Lo Curto, has spent part of each year far from his medical practice in northern Italy, donating his time and skills to communities around the world that have little or no access to doctors. This Italian medic, who is also keenly interested in learning about… Read more

Rodney M. Jackson

Journal: September 15, 2010

October 12, 2010

The first camera traps have now been set out in the Argut Valley, near the Russia-Mongolia border and thought to harbor the Altai’s best snow leopard population. It’s a very remote area — I had to ride a horse for 40 kilometers over difficult trails, along a surging glacial river with cliffs towering high above… Read more

Rodney M. Jackson

Journal: August 19, 2012

October 12, 2010

Mongolia in summer is very different from winter-time. Warm, green, with puffy clouds and outdoor events and everyone heading for the countryside from the city. Our group includes my partner Darla Hillard (SLC’s Education Director), Dr. Apela Colorado an Native America elder who specializes in networking elder healers, shamans and sacred place protectors across the… Read more

  Global Action – CNN ireport on the Sierra Gorda and the 350 movement for the next step to changing public opinion and actions to reduce carbon emission.  Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda I.A.P.  have been mobilizing regionwide concern for the environment for the last 23 years and today the community members are coming to us… Read more

To provide better assistance to the victims of road accidents, SLF is enhancing the volunteer training programme, adding two more life-saving skills. From November 2010, volunteers will be trained on crowd control and victim’s safe extraction from their vehicle. SLF has been pursuing ways to make better use of assistance from bystanders and is also… Read more