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Evidence of Hope

There is, in each and every one of us, the desire to do good, to make a difference, to facilitate change, to collaborate and cooperate with others.  This is affirmed in many ways, through many stories, by many people.  Here at Mobilized, we intend to build bridges of understanding by sharing the stories of people making the difference every day, everywhere.

The video, “Evidence of Hope” was produced by Tasha Goldberg and filmed in the Yaeda Valley in Tanzania, Africa.

Evidence of Hope: Yaeda Valley introduces the story of the Hadzabe people of northern Tanzania.

As one of the winners of the 2019 United Nations Equator Prize, the Hadzabe hold up a clear vision of the power of linking traditional indigenous knowledge with technology. The Hadzabe people are one of the world’s oldest living indigenous communities, yet also leaders in innovative climate technology. Together with Carbon Tanzania, as communal owners of their land, they have found a way to live their traditional lifestyle, protect their forests, and provide benefits to every person in the world! This is evidence of hope!! ​Evidence of Hope is not only a collection of portraits, it is a movement! The world needs positive storytelling, and there are plenty of incredible stories to share. Together we can build a bank of evidence.

Let’s see, and value, what is working, and why it is working.

Evidence of Hope is produced by Tasha Goldberg

About Tasha Goldberg

Since receiving her degree in Ethnobotany, and working on her Certificate to become a GHG Accountant from the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute, Tasha has collaborated with businesses, governmental agencies, elders, scientists, and artists to bring these varied populations to action. She works with a colorful range of clients such as the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF), the International Trade Center (ITC, a joint agency of United Nations and World Trade Organization), Estee Lauder, Aveda, Neill Corporation, ArXotica and others.Tasha is also the author of a number of publications on the topics of ethnobotany and sustainability, and recently presented her research at the Global Conference on Global Warming in Istanbul. She helped write the curriculum for the University of Alaska’s first Ethnobotany certificate program.

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