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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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Close up of a spectacled bear

Adventures in bear country

As a child learning about Paddington Bear’s adventures I never thought I would one day have the opportunity to visit his home land.  Michael Bond describes Paddington as hailing from ‘darkest Peru’, where I have had the pleasure to spend an extended amount of time in recent years. Paddington was undoubtedly inspired by the only […]

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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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Lumps of coal © Alexander G weak_hope

Don’t assume it’s curtains for electricity from coal

Burning coal is the biggest threat to tackling climate change. Our old coal power stations, relics from the 1960s and 70s, have served us well but their time is up. The next Government must take action to ensure they close by 2025 at the latest. Here’s a startling statistic for you. Keeping just one coal […]

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Richard dressed as Mr Incredible, Amsterdam Marathon © Richard Whitty Events

The final hurdle

On Saturday 25 October at half five, I climbed out of bed and headed into a cold shower, while trying not to wake up my girlfriend. After this mildly uncomfortable wake up call, I will start my final pre-race routine. First check the gels, make sure I have salt tablets, pack two pairs of running […]

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