Life on Land
For MY World 360°, your challenge is to use 360° media to capture your perspectives and experiences related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Don’t know where to get started? Try taking a 360° photo in response to Goal 15: Life on Land using the quick-start guide below. For additional support, see the full MY World 360° Program Guide.
About Goal 15
Goal 15 seeks ways to sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, and halt biodiversity loss. You can read more about Life on Land here.
Before taking your 360° photo, consider the following questions:
- What are the terrestrial ecosystems in your community? What is your relationship to them?
- What is your community’s relationship to its terrestrial ecosystems?
- How might you use a 360° photo to share perspectives and raise awareness about life on land in your community?
Give it a shot!
- Step 1: Prepare
- You can take a 360° photo with your smartphone using any 360° photography app. You can use Google Street View to take 360° photos and share them anywhere on the web. You may also take a photo using a 360° camera.
- Step 2: Consider perspectives
- How might you capture your relationship to the terrestrial ecosystems in your community in a 360° photo?
- How might you capture the relationship between your community and its terrestrial ecosystems in a 360° photo?
- How might you share the perspective of someone in your community taking action on local biodiversity loss, desertification, and/or land degradation in a 360° photo?
- Step 3: Experiment
- Go out and take your photo! If you need a little inspiration to get started, check out this 360° photo related to forest biodiversity. Use hashtags #myworld360 and #sdg15 to share your photo with us on social media! Submit it for consideration in the MY World 360° global playlist using this Submission Form.
Interested in creating a 360° video? Check out the 360° Production Guide for additional tools and resources related to 360° video production and photography.