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What does a sustainable meal look like?

Recent newspaper headlines about the dangers of sugar and the link between processed meats and cancer have brought food, and the way we consume it, into sharp focus. A typical Western diet high in animal protein and heavily processed foods can have damaging consequences both for our own health and for the environment. Our predominantly […]

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Orang utan high in tree of rainforest canopy, (Pongo abelii) Leuser NP, Indonesia © naturepl.com / Anup Shah / WWF

New estimates of tree and forest cover: should we be cheerful or glum?

Three reports. One counts trees. Another counts hectares of tree cover. The third counts hectares of forest cover. All three reached the headlines in the last week but with different figures. What should we make of them? The first report is by Tom Crowther et al (formerly Yale University) and is the first comprehensive estimate […]

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Earth Hour

The night Wales went dark

Even for cynical grown-ups, there is something a bit magical about candlelight. The restaurant I was in for Earth Hour decided they liked the darkness so much, they would leave the lights off after the hour was over! A few days after the event itself, I find myself sifting through photos captured on the night. […]

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Events

Celebrating at the Senedd: Your photo-wishes for a brighter future for Wales

Most of us wish for something. This time of year most are centred around losing weight or getting healthier. But if you’re like me, self-obsessed wishes tend to frizzle out by end of the month. That’s why WWF Cymru’s ‘Welsh Wish-Dymuniad Cymru’ is different. It’s about bringing a community of diverse people together who share […]

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Size of Wales

Helping communities protect globally important forests

Some of the most precious forests in coastal east Africa are under threat – and with the support of Size of Wales, we’ve been stepping up efforts to save them. The Mijikenda sacred forests or ‘Kayas’ of Kenya’s coast have immense cultural, religious and traditional value. People go to these forests to pray, appease ancestral […]

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Here in the UK

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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Byw yng Nghymru? Ychwanegwch eich llais er lles coedwigoedd, moroedd a’r hinsawdd trwy #welshwish

Rwy’n siŵr eich bod wedi clywed am Awr Ddaear WWF erbyn hyn. Dathliad byd-eang o’n planed wych ydy hi – a bob blwyddyn mae miliynau o bobl ar draws y byd yn diffodd eu goleuadau er mwyn dangos eu cefnogaeth am ddyfodol disglair i’r byd. Yng Nghymru, megis mewn gwledydd eraill, mae adeiladau enwog yn […]

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