Sean Lee-Davies has long been an advocate for the natural world, working to highlight the plight of endangered species around the globe through photography, TV shows and social media.
Lee-Davies has long been an advocate for the natural world, working to highlight the plight of endangered species around the globe through photography, TV shows and social media. In 2010, Lee-Davies founded the social enterprise and media platform Project C: CHANGE, which works to shed light and provide insight into climate change and conservation issues. He has also produced shows for National Geographic and hosted a 6-part TV eco-adventure show ‘Adventures to the Edge’ on TVB.
Lee Davies’ company, Awethentic Gallery, also works with a number of charities and non-profits, ranging from social impact to conservation, and donates 10% of every purchase made to charity.
In February, 2020, Project C:CHANGE partnered with a variety of changemakers from across the globe to raise funds for charity by successfully summiting Uhuru Peak—Mt Kilimanjaro’s peak, at 5985m above sea level. The 8-day charity climb took several months of preparation and raised over US$150,000 to protect and restore irreplaceable biodiversity and wildlife for the future.
Love is Wild - TEDx Kowloon
Sean Lee-Davies speaks at Tedx about what made him realise he wanted to create purposeful content that gives a voice to those who aren’t able to share their stories—in particular, conservation issues and the global loss of biodiversity. Watch the video to learn more about the illegal wildlife trade and what we can do about it.
Glam to Grease - TEDx Wanchai
A sometimes challenging yet always inspirational journey by Sean Lee-Davies, the conservationist and photojournalist sets out to deliver a cutting-edge biofuel converter to an orphanage in Cambodia to help solve their energy needs. This required him to drive nearly 3,000km from Singapore to Cambodia powered solely on converted waste cooking oil, reporting on innovative green and biofuel projects along the way.
Raising Awareness About The Environment And The Wildlife
Sean Lee-Davies spoke to CNN Philippines about the importance of focusing our attention on the issue of biodiversity loss, in particular, the illegal wildlife trade, as well as the important work he and his team are doing at Project C:Change.
Will COVID-19 Wake Us Up to the Climate Catastrophe?
I sat down with Deena Robinson from Earth.org a while back and discussed the role false beliefs and consumer culture play in the climate catastrophe we’re facing, and what we can learn form the current global pandemic as it pertains to the mishandling of wildlife.
Stop The Illegal Ivory Trade
In 2015, non-profit Project C:CHANGE and the Elephant Society partnered together to organise a march led by some of the Maasai tribe, an Indigenous ethnic group in Africa primarily in Kenya and northern Tanzania. The march worked to call on the Hong Kong government to ban ivory trade in the city and raise awareness of the mass killings of elephants in Africa.
Raising awareness about the environment and the wildlife
Sean Lee-Davies spoke to CNN Philippines about the importance of focusing our attention towards the issue of biodiversity loss, in particular, the illegal wildlife trade, as well as the important work he and his team are doing at Project C:Change.
Project C:CHANGE is a social enterprise and media platform dedicated to creating awareness about environmental degradation, climate change and conservation. Founded in 2010 by Sean Lee-Davies, Project C:CHANGE engages media and celebrities to help elevate people’s consciousness of the natural world, while empowering local communities to protect their natural resources. We also raise funds to donate to charities through art sales at sponsored high-profile celebrity and media events.