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Borneo Rhythms of Rimba

The Borneo Rhythms of Rimba (ROR) Wildlife Festival is the first wildlife-focused festival on the island of Borneo and in Malaysia. We hope ROR will open people's eyes and inspire them to play a part in conserving biodiversity in some of the oldest rainforests on this planet.


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In the News

Jocelyn and her work have been featured in the following popular community media.

Profile of world's littlest bear

Mongabay

Saving Sun Bears in Borneo

The Cronicle Magazine - Lewis & Clark

Footage: Sun Bears in Borneo

BBC Worldwide Travel Show

Student Aims to Save

The Daily Barometer

We may be the most gifted of beasts. Yet, with our advanced ability
there comes a vital responsibility to exist as a conscious body.

"The only way to save a rhinoceros is to save the environment in which it lives, because there's a mutual dependency between it and millions of other species of both animals and plants."
Photo of Sir David Attenborough with exotic beetle on shoulder Sir David Attenborough

Broadcaster and Naturalist

"No matter what we call it, poison is still poison, death is still death, and industrial civilization is still causing the greatest mass extinction in the history of the planet"
Photo of Derrick Jensen Derrick Jensen

Philosopher and Poet

". . . my hope is that more and more people will come to understand the critical state of our planet and how it affects them . . . that more people will change their attitudes about the environment to a more sustainable view, and take positive actions before it is too late.

We have passed the tipping point for some species and for many ecosystems around the world, but there is so much we can still save — and possibly some that we can actually restore — if we act now.

Our problems started with people; people must change them. A world where every one of us accepts responsibility for taking care of our natural world — that is my vision."

Contact Jocelyn

Jocelyn calls Portland, Oregon USA home-base, yet it is common to find her on assignment in various parts of the world. She is adamant about sharing her photography and artwork as a means to empower eco-consciousness. If you share this position, or would like to, then contact her via:

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