For the first time in Italy, the Oasi Dynamo nature reserve hosted 14 explorers from all over the world. Here they exhibited their studies, done training and learned new ways to increase the impact of their scientific research for the preservation of the Earth.
A week of international meetings and training in the heart of Tuscany. From 6 to 11 September, the Oasi nature reserve Dynamo hosted – for the first time in Italy – National Geographic international meeting explorer. Fourteen explorers from throughout Europe and the Middle East, but also from Africa and Central America, met in the heart of Tuscany to exhibit your studies, train, learn new ways to increase the impact and scope of your scientific research e earth conservation projects. Since 1890 the National Geographic Society supported the work of 14,000 Explorers on all continents. The Explorers are highly curious scholars, with a passion for our planet and its preservation.
They are outstanding researchers in their own fields who they receive funding and support from National Geographic Society to enhance and protect the wonders of our world. They do a job extraordinary compared to the current challenges, to propose solutions and inspire change. They operate in 5 areas main fields of study: oceans, land, wildlife, history and cultures of man, human ingenuity. Their mission is to illuminate and protect the wonders of world, through science, exploration, education and storytelling. The Oasi nature reserve Dynamo hosted, at Oasyhotel, a heterogeneous mix of photographers, ecologists, archaeologists, educators and marine scientists. They attended sessions of public speaking, storytelling and photography. In the spirit that distinguishes National Geographic Society, the Explorers then exhibited and shared I own works, including an audience among the listeners small number of guests, including institutional interlocutors and territorial. They presented important results research on flora, fauna and climate; coming to new conclusions and solutions for the defense of the environment e therefore also of man. During their stay, the Explorers also participated in programs of team building events designed and organized by Oasi Dynamo. Outdoor activities such as mountain biking, orienteering challenges and astronomical observations. Immersed in over a thousand hectares of unspoiled nature, the Oasi Dynamo nature reserve has been the setting for a unique and extraordinary event. In addition to the National Geographic in Oasis Adventure Explorer, participated in the different activities exponents of National Geographic, including Marco Cattaneo, editor-in-chief of National Geographic Magazine Italia, as well as senior executives from the National Geographic Society HQ in Washington: Alex Moen – Chief Explorer Engagement Officer, and Crystal Brown – Chief Communications, Marketing and Brand Officer. «The experience at Oasi Dynamo it was outstanding! Sharing time with our National Geographic Explorers in this beautiful natural environment was really special,” says Crystal Brown with emotion. For Oasis Dynamo host one of the scientific institutions and most prestigious educational institutions in the world, is a privilege and an important part of daily work of building a better future.