Refugia – Rainforest Rescue features in environmental documentary

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Refugia – A documentary series founded by Rainforest Rescue Ambassador, Liana Cornell.

We are absolutely so honoured to be featured in Episode One of Refugia, a five-part docuseries created and produced by Rainforest Rescue’s dynamic and talented Ambassador, Liana Cornell.

As described on their website:

From the perspective of the five elements present in every living thing – earth, air, fire, water, spirit – Refugia reveals the good work undertaken by unsung, everyday heroes, communities and companies, dedicated to nurturing nature, and preserving these pockets of protection.

Cinematically stunning, bold, personal and evocative, Refugia illuminates their rewarding stories, and inspires us to realise that we are the solution. When we react with action, we unite in a compassionate, global collective creating continuing, constructive change.

To do so is in our nature… and our nature is in us.

Sending out a massive congratulations to Liana and the Refugia team. We are so honoured to be part of this project and so grateful for your support.

Watch the Refugia trailer below, stream the whole series on Waterbear Network or visit the website, Instagram, or Facebook.

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