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Areial view of Suncor upgrader plant North of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada © Jiri Rezak / WWF-UK

BP out of touch on climate and clean energy technology

Yesterday BP published its 2035 Outlook for Energy, the company’s view of what the future of energy might look like. Once upon a time, oil companies liked to portray themselves as being at the cutting edge of science and technology. Today BP did the opposite, downplaying the seriousness of climate change, and dismissing fast-advancing clean […]

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World Wetlands Day

Celebrating World Wetlands Day

Today, WWF are celebrating World Wetlands Day and are taking a tour across the globe to look at the key wetland areas being protected under the HSBC Water Programme. Wetlands are land areas saturated in water and for most people, the term wetlands may conjure up images of stagnant water bodies. Yet our world’s wetlands […]

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2014 overall winner and Urban Wildlife winner Lee Acaster The Tourist greylag goose © Lee Acaster gallery

Enter the British Wildlife Photography Awards

Do you love photography? Do you love nature? Well, your passion, patience, talent and imagination could land you an amazing prize – in this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA), as they’re now open for entries. The BWPA were established to recognise the talents of photographers in Britain. At WWF, we love the awards, because […]

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The irrigation channel coming from Jajmau sewage and effluent treatment plant © Conor Linstead / WWF-UK Indian Rivers Week

A tale of two cities: water woes….but reasons for hope

WWF-UK’s Freshwater Specialist, Conor Linstead tells his account of the water issues being faced and solutions being taken by us in Kanpur and Lahore from his recent visit to India. The idea that businesses are at growing risk from water problems, and not just having an impact on water, is a relatively new idea but […]

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Postcards from Peru: A diary from the UN climate talks (Days 1 and 2)

I’m in Lima for the UN climate talks which run 1-12 December. I’ll be regularly tweeting and blogging. If you find this blog interesting please feel to share it. DAYS 1-2 (Monday 1 & Tuesday 2 December 2014) Despite being located in the grounds of an army base, known locally as Pentagonito (or ‘Little Pentagon’ […]

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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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Jaguar in the Pantanal © Anthony B.Rath_WWF Pantanal Day

Raise a glass (of water) to the Pantanal

Happy Pantanal Day! I think it’s fitting that such an amazing place has its own special day; a wetland the size of Belgium, Switzerland, Holland and Portugal combined – the world’s largest – definitely deserves to be celebrated! This huge floodplain is home to an incredible array of species with over 5000 recorded to date.  […]

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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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