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(C) Hugh Mehta

Two days in the Mekong Delta

In April I joined a group of HSBC staff to visit WWF projects supported by the HSBC Water Programme. We travelled to the Mekong Delta, where the river ends its journey from source to sea across a dizzying landscape of waterways, streams and canals. Day one was spent meeting communities that were improving their livelihoods […]

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200 days to Paris climate negotiations

There are 200 days before the UN climate negotiations start in Paris. These talks will set out the path that countries will take towards decarbonising their economies and avoiding the worst effects of climate change. If all goes well, by Christmas, we will have a clear internationally agreed plan on how each country will reduce […]

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Indian tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) two month old cub. Guest blog

Whiskas and WWF go strong for 3rd year

By Anthony Dean, Cat Portfolio Manager at Whiskas Wild tigers are in crisis. People are always shocked when they learn that as few as 3,200 of these magnificent creatures remain living in the wild, and without our support they could soon disappear altogether. At Whiskas, we have a deep understanding of the natural instincts of […]

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Ivory-Inferno-Gabon. Copyright: WWF-Canon / James Morgan Illegal Wildlife trade

Are we winning the battle?

I remember as a young child thinking how appalling it was that people would buy and sell wildlife into extinction. It seemed so senseless and unnecessary. I thought when I grew up I had to do something about it. It’s illegal and wrong, I reasoned, so it couldn’t be that complicated to fix could it? […]

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