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      Community

      We celebrate and support our community of champions. ATLAS is a movement of Voices, Vanguards and Voyagers that understand the urgency of protecting the home planet. We live for the pursuits of these communities with their stories etched into this blog.


      Vanguard

      Vanguards are photographers and visual artists from all spectrums -- from painters to sculptors, installation makers to graffiti activists -- have the power to augment a better reality.

      Voyagers

      Researchers, conservationists and explorers (we call them Atlas Voyagers) define the future of the modern era. What they do and don’t do, and how much space and influence they occupy in contemporary times, are the determinants of this planet’s regeneration.

      Voices

      Atlas Voices are journalists, nature writers, and overall storytellers that have a special role to play in the fight against our planet’s silencing. If there’s any hope for a planet in peril, it’s the collective sound of those who speak on its behalf.

      Mother Mountaineer

      Mother Mountaineer
      While an experienced mountaineer, the sea was a foreign frontier to Nini Andrada Sacro, known as Nanay to a whole community of mountaineers. The weekend was supposed to be a casual scuba diving session with friends. Instead, it became her life's turning point. Two months later, Nini would experience another turning point, an unforeseen crisis that would take her family to deeper waters. 

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      Tracing the Unseen Bohol

      Tracing the Unseen Bohol
      On March 16, 2020, the Governor of Bohol placed the entire island province in community quarantine even without confirmed COVID-19 cases in the province. For outdoor adventurers Rey Donaire, Bradley Ross Rayner, and Jammy Ungab, this could have been akin to a prison sentence. Instead, they used the lockdown to map out old, unpeopled forest and river trails that had not had human contact for years.

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      Big Canoe, Bigger Dream

      Big Canoe, Bigger Dream

      Long-distance ocean paddling is unheard of in the Philippines, ironic for a country where bodies of water should serve more like highways than dividers. Atlas recently caught up with the Philippine Outrigger Canoe Club who just finished a 227-kilometer expedition around Cebu. We discuss the freedom of navigation, what it took to unify paddlers from triathletes to 16-year olds, finding common ground, and (all together now) paddling forward.

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      1% for the Planet

      1% for the Planet
      The 1% is then given back to research grants and accredited environmental organizations for their conservation causes. So, whether you’re an individual or a corporation, this no-frills approach to regeneration is so doable, there’s no excuse not to do it. Everyone has a 1%.

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      Voyagers

      Voyagers
      The lucky few are those who live in the virgin habitats they are trying to protect, purposely enclosing their passion and profession in a life-long search for the biodiversity that lured them in childhood. Almost none would think of it immediately as a profession.

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      Vanguards

      Vanguards
      It’s only of late (call it a supply-demand fit) that these tried-and-true artforms have taken on a new mission: to preserve and promote what were ordinarily commonplace decades ago. Mountains without highways. Virgin beaches without commercial shacks. Bioluminescence on clear water. Dragonflies on lichen-laden trees. Wild hawks flying up on an unpolluted sky.

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