Australian wildlife activist and My Green World Founder, Natalie Kyriacou, has been named as one of 50 most inspiring global wildlife leaders in a new book by Lori Robinson.
The anthology, Saving Wild: Inspiration from 50 Leading Conservationists was released last week, and quickly reached Amazon’s Top Ten Bestseller list.
The book includes inspiring messages from some of the world’s most enduring and established wildlife experts, including famed primatologist, Jane Goodall, wildlife film-makers Beverly and Dereck Joubert, elephant experts Daphne Sheldrick, Cynthia Moss and Joyce Poole, and ocean warrior Paul Watson.
Natalie, aged 28, was sought out as one of the fifty leading conservationists in Robinson’s book, who all were all posed the question: How do you stay inspired?
Natalie, who has worked with charities across the world her entire adult life, is both the Founder of wildlife organization, My Green World, and the creator of the charity-backed mobile game app, World of the Wild.
“It was an honour and privilege to contribute to Lori’s extraordinary book. Saving Wild: Inspiration from 50 Leading Conservationists is an enlightening and inspiring roadmap for anyone, particularly those that are looking for both insight into the world of the wild, and encouragement to keep striving for a brighter future,” said Ms Kyriacou.
Saving Wild, Inspiration From 50 Leading Conservationists, with a foreword by Jane Goodall is now available in paperback and eBook at Amazon.com.
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My Green World
My Green World is a wildlife and environmental organisation utilising online technologies to achieve tangible results in wildlife and environmental education and conservation. The foundation of the company is to develop innovative and educational platforms that will enhance the efforts of global activism. My Green World's primary initiative is a mobile game app called World of the Wild: the first mobile application with a positive impact on real-life conservation. World of the Wild is partnered with 18 global charities and has gamified the concept of saving animals. Each action that users take in this app represents a real life scenario that is carried out by our partner charities all over the world.