Towards the end of last year we were approached by One Day on Earth to join their global movement. On 12.1212 we filmed a day in the life at our Livingstone Lion, Medical & Healthcare and Teaching & Community Projects in Zambia. One Day on Earth is an initiative which began in September 2008 with the goal of creating a unique worldwide media event where thousands of participants would simultaneously film over a 24-hour period to help raise awareness, share ideas and stories; and connect people all over the world. In April 2010, prompted by interest from the United Nations and the international educational community, One Day on Earth moved to a social networking platform that could serve as the eventual sharing site for the growing community. Their first media event on 10.10.10 was an amazing success. The United Nations and over 60 non-profit organizations participated and collectively created over 3000 hours of video, an interactive geo-tagged archive, as well as a ground-breaking feature film. One Day on Earth 2013 will be screened on Earth Day, 22nd April in over 160 countries on the same day. A big thank you to Joe Hanley for the production of this footage, ALERT (African Lion and Environmental Research Trust) African Impact Livingstone Projects, Lion Encounter and the African Impact team. If you'd like to visit us in Zambia, take a look at our volunteer projects and internships here.