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Scotland’s Falkirk Wheel celebrates Earth Hour in style

Willie Rennie: Ensuring our children live in a greener world

Protecting the environment by cutting emissions and mitigating the effects of climate change is one of the biggest challenges we face today. Decisions taken on the environment in national parliaments and at institutions like the UN will shape the future of our planet forever. Liberal Democrats have made clear that the environment must be at [...]

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This Earth Hour, help Wales to lead as a sustainable country

I’m sure you’ve heard of WWF’s Earth Hour by now. It’s a global celebration of our brilliant planet – and every year millions of people around the world switch off their lights to show their support for a brighter future. In Wales, as in other countries, famous buildings go dark – from Sydney Harbour Bridge [...]

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wind farm Scotland

Clean energy: can we go 100% renewable?

Right now, in Europe and elsewhere around the world, governments and politicians are poised to make decisions that could have a profound impact on whether or not we successfully protect our children and grandchildren from the dangerous and uncontrollable impacts of climate change. If we are to be successful then one thing we need to [...]

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What do school children want for the future of Wales? Be inspired.

As Mondays go, I’ve had one of my most inspiring! I’ve been in the company of the Eco School Council at Llangewydd Junior School in Bridgend who have been sharing their wishes for the planet’s future with the Welsh Government minister Jeff Cuthbert. Since I left the school on Friday, each pupil (that’s 400 in [...]

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Forth Bridge lights before Earth Hour

Johann Lamont: Our actions now will define the next generation

If the flooding this winter has taught us anything, it’s that the power of our environment is all encompassing and its impact can overwhelm communities and devastate people’s lives. There can be little doubt that humanity has contributed to the change in our natural world in recent decades. Increased industrialisation and the sheer volume of [...]

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Fish market, Mafia Island, Tanzania. Copyright: David Tanner WWF-UK

Marine conservation and addressing local poverty in southern Tanzania

One of the things people sometimes don’t realise about the work that WWF carries out around the world is that often it is not related to working directly with wildlife or working in ‘nature reserves’. This is particularly true in East Africa where local people’s ongoing reliance on nature and its products (fruit, fish, timber [...]

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