Love Nature,a New Wildlife and Nature Video Streaming Service, Pledges to Donate to Game Rangers International (GRI)


Love Nature,a New Wildlife and Nature Video Streaming Service, Pledges to Donate to Game Rangers International (GRI)

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(LUSAKA, Zambia, February 23, 2016) – Game Rangers International (GRI) is happy to announce that Love Nature, creators of the world’s largest library of 4K (Ultra-HD) wildlife and nature documentaries and series, has pledged to donate a percentage of its new video streaming service proceeds to its ongoing conservation efforts in Zambia.

“Being a part of Love Nature’s global conservation community will enable GRI to reach a new audience with information about our conservation efforts in Zambia. The funds from Love Nature will go directly to protect Zambia’s vulnerable wildlife”, Ulrica Hansson, Fundraising and PR Manager, GRI

On Love Nature, subscribers will enjoy a robust library of documentaries, series, featured themes and exclusive natural history scenes updated weekly. This content will offer stunning wildlife and nature footage, in addition to provocative programming following environmental issues that impact the globe, while inspiring viewers to open up a dialogue on wildlife conservation.

Love Nature is currently offering a one-month free trial and is available on Amazon Appstore, Apple iTunes Store, Google Play, Roku’s Channel Store and on LoveNature.com.

Love Nature will engage with fans internationally via, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram with stunning images direct from its productions, relevant and news-breaking stories about the natural world and short-form videos, creating a social community for wildlife and nature fans worldwide. Love Nature aims to bring audiences closer to the beauty and wonder of nature, sharing awe-inspiring stories and shining a light on the fight for survival in a changing world.

GRI is a Zambian conservation organisation working to protect Zambia’s beautiful wildlife. Working with law-enforcement, anti-trafficking, animal welfare, community outreach, education, research and policy, GRI takes a holistic approach to conservation, based on the belief that to achieve long-term and sustainable conservation, local communities need to be fully involved and being able to experience the benefits of wildlife and healthy eco-systems.

For more information about Love Nature, please visit: LoveNature.com
For more information about GRI, please contact: [email protected], +260 (0) 973560113