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Creating a content calendar | Heritage Digital Academy LIVE [Video]

How can Heritage organisations lead the conversation on social media? Planning content is key to maximising a charity’s resources. Whilst it might take time to get set up, having a content calendar that reflects the charity’s key messages will lead to more efficient digital comms. 01:30 Introduction 02:30 Session Begins 41:00 Q&A

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Content repurposing | Heritage Digital Academy LIVE [Video]

When time and resources are short, it can be tempting to create content as you go. But coming up with new content all the time is exhausting and not very efficient. This session will help heritage organisations to plan their big pieces of content and give them practical ways of repurposing it easily and effectively. It will demonstrate how to take one blog, article or podcast, and turn it into lots of smaller pieces of content, saving time and budget. 01:50 Introduction 03:15 Session begins 41:50 Questions

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Keynote panel – Digital: what’s next for the Heritage sector [Video]

Last autumn, the DASH survey gathered the voices of 4,500 staff, trustees, volunteers and freelancers across the heritage sector on how the sector’s use of digital evolved during the pandemic. A year on, Jonathan Chevallier, CEO of Charity Digital reflects with heritage specialists from across the UK on what is next for the sector when it comes to digital. 01:45 Jonathan Chevallier kicks off the session 04:26 Panel introductions 07:25 Discussion begins

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Who are the best guardians of the forest? [Video]

No one protects forests better than the people who live in them. Indigenous and local communities manage almost a quarter of the world’s lands, which means they care for an astonishing 80 percent of Earth’s biodiversity. Numerous studies show that deforestation rates are significantly lower inside Indigenous territories than outside them. In Guatemala’s Maya Biosphere Reserve, local communities have maintained a near-zero deforestation rate for twenty years, while nearby protected areas have suffered devastating deforestation rates. Scientists agree that strengthening land rights for such communities is key to protecting forests—and to protecting our future. https://www.rainforest-alliance.org #rainforestalliance #forest #indigenous #protect #biodiversity

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Can we grow food in harmony with nature? [Video]

What if farming not only fed people, it also nourished the land? With regenerative agriculture practices, farming can do just that. Planting native trees and shrubs, for example, improves soil fertility; improving soil fertility makes crops more productive and resistant to pests; eventually, pesticides can be eliminated. If the whole world took up these practices—which traditional farmers and Indigenous peoples have been using for centuries—we could have clean waterways, thriving biodiversity, improved carbon storage, healthy forests, and better farmer livelihoods. We can farm in ways that are better for people and nature. https://www.rainforest-alliance.org #rainforestalliance #forest #farming #regenerativeagriculture

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Join a global community trying to do good with giving [Video]

Over 8000 people have taken a lifetime pledge to donate to high impact charities. It's a community full of generous, warm and positive people who are taking taking on some of the world's biggest problems. Donate to high impact charities this giving season: givingwhatwecan.org/giving-season Take a giving pledge: givingwhatwecan.org/pledge