Blue Raster is proud to announce another project from our long running collaboration with The Jane Goodall Institute.
Among Jane Goodall's many vital programs is Roots & Shoots, with the mission to empower young people to affect positive change in their communities.
In 2023, JGI collaborated with the John Templeton Foundation to award the Templeton Roots & Shoots Prizes.
From the JGI website: "The Templeton Roots & Shoots Prizes are an extension of the partnership between JGI and the John Templeton Foundation to elevate the extraordinary efforts of visionary youth leaders and their adult mentors worldwide. Awardees were selected based on their exceptional work with Roots & Shoots at the intersection of science, compassion, and community – specifically those who exemplify curiosity and wonder and the pursuit of knowledge, as well as the expression of compassion towards people, other animals and the environment we share."
When Erin Griffin, Director of Partnerships, Jane Goodall Institute-USA sought a novel way to showcase the 30 winners of the inaugural Templeton Roots & Shoots Prizes she turned to trusted partner Blue Raster and the concept of an ArcGIS StoryMap.
The StoryMap showcases the 2023 winners and features an interactive map, videos and a brief write up of each winner and their vital contributions.
Blue Raster built several StoryMaps for The Jane Goodall Institute. The platform is ideal for visual story telling, with or without a map based visualization.
Check out the Templeton Roots & Shoots Prizes StoryMap, honoring international changemakers who are making a difference today!
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