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Livestock on the banks of Lake Kenyatta, Lamu, Kenya © John Bett / WWF-Kenya Earth Hour

Efforts to halt the demise of Lake Kenyatta

Lake Kenyatta is one of the largest freshwater bodies in Lamu County, on the north Kenyan coast. It supplies water to an estimated 60,000 people as well as being a critical water source for wildlife and livestock. But the lake is under threat, and those threats are growing. When visiting Lake Kenyatta you can’t miss […]

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Pig and piglets feeding out on the grass

Food Security: From individual to collective action

Food security is a much discussed and misunderstood subject. It is complex. It is local, national, regional and global. It will be different depending on who or what you are, be it a smallholder in the sub-Saharan Africa or one in the UK, now labelled as  a “hobby farmer”. A multinational chain has a different […]

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Delegates and WWF staff networking at the Getting Down to Business event © Hugh Mehta

Getting down to business with WWF

Last month, our Corporate Partnerships team hosted its first major partnership event ‘Getting down to business with WWF’. Held at The Living Planet Centre (our new eco-home in Woking), it was a great platform for our corporate partners and corporate friends to network with one another, be inspired by their partnerships and discuss some shared […]

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A planet on a plate © LiveWell for LIFE climate change

Tackling climate change, one bite at a time

At a time when the world’s most eminent climate scientists have produced their report on climate change impacts, adaptation and resilience, we’re reminded why climate change represents such a serious threat to species, habitats and communities which WWF has spent 50 years working to protect. Recognising those threats, we have several programmes focusing on finding […]

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Wheat field in Devon Here in the UK

Green Food Project: a smorgasbord of reheated ideas?

DEFRA’s Green Food Project (GFP), launched today, states it’s the start of a process that hopes to steer the UK food system to a sustainable future, where it remains a world leader in producing high-quality food. Food that contributes to a healthy population and conserves the natural environment. We completely agree with those aims, but […]

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