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WWF penguins image – Rebecca Kinge, Corporate Communications Manager, with over 1000 WWF Adelie penguin adoption toys which have arrived at the WWF-UK's head office in Woking, Surrey © Gretel Ensiqniq PA

Montymania: What a partnership brings to a Christmas campaign






As many of you might know John Lewis launched their Christmas advert a couple of weeks ago and introduced Monty to our screens and to our hearts. With over 23m views of the advert online it’s safe to say that Monty the penguin has become a very popular character among the British public. We’ve come […]

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Brazil nut collecting © Michael Gunther / WWF-UK Blink and it's gone

A healthy rainforest… in a nutshell






A chocolate-coloured, toe-shaped nut. The Brazil nut. One of the finest. Full of protein, calcium, iron, selenium; one creamy crunch and you’re reaching for another. But stop there… …it’s time to travel with that Brazil nut, to see life as it sees it. Surf over the sea to the Southern Hemisphere and nose-dive into the […]

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Rainforest Alliance certification © Rainforest Alliance Blink and it's gone

Follow the Frog with the Rainforest Alliance






We all wake up each morning with the intention to be better, do better, and live better. But how? Well, to start with you can follow the little green frog… The Rainforest Alliance’s green frog seal can be found on an array of agriculture and forestry goods, including tea, coffee, chocolate and paper –  all […]

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Comedian Alistair McGowan © Sky Blink and it's gone

Standing up for the Amazon






It’s a shocking fact that 20% of the Amazon has already been lost. Deforestation remains a major concern and threatens the future of the Amazon. Even though it is the largest rainforest in the world, 60% of it is unprotected, leaving it vulnerable. It’s estimated that by 2030, a quarter of the Amazon could be […]

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Ranger Ramesh Thapa, Nepal World Ranger Day

On the front line in Bardia National Park






Ramesh Thapa has been a park ranger for 31 years, 22 of those he’s spent in Bardia National Park in Nepal. He’s seen a lot happen over that time, good and bad. As we celebrate World Ranger Day, I caught up with him to ask a few questions about his experiences. What was your motivation […]

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The Flooded Forest, Mekong © WWF-UK / Thomas Cristofoletti

The livelihood benefits from river conservation






There’s no doubt that tourism is a key sector for the Cambodian economy. Bordering Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, Cambodia has a rich history and culture and boasts average temperatures of 27-28 degrees centigrade. It also houses one of the world’s great rivers, the 4,800km Mekong, which winds its way from the Tibetan plateau to the […]

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