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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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Forth Bridge lights before Earth Hour

24 TVs and a hotel breakfast

We mustn’t waste energy argues WWF Ambassador, Alistair McGowan Rather than using the self-pitying, neo-Dickensian phrase that we may not be able to ‘keep the lights on this winter’, we should use any concerns about the security of our electricity supply to make us look at how much energy we currently waste. Think of the […]

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Polar bear, Svalbard © Gert Polet, WWF Netherlands climate change

Decreasing Arctic sea ice leaves polar bears at a crossroads

Arctic Sea ice is reported to have reached its 2014 minimum on 17 September, before the onset of the winter freeze. At 5.02 million km 2 (1.94 million km 2), it is the sixth lowest on satellite record, demonstrating the continued downward trend in Arctic sea ice. The last eight years have been the lowest […]

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Young boys fishing, Ganges, India World Water Week

Building better partnerships

At almost every session of World Water Week, we hear about the need for new partnerships dedicated to creating a more water-secure world. This call to action is almost always followed by the same question: How do we build better partnerships? The answer lies not in the business world, but in a much more personal […]

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Ranger Ramesh Thapa, Nepal World Ranger Day

On the front line in Bardia National Park

Ramesh Thapa has been a park ranger for 31 years, 22 of those he’s spent in Bardia National Park in Nepal. He’s seen a lot happen over that time, good and bad. As we celebrate World Ranger Day, I caught up with him to ask a few questions about his experiences. What was your motivation […]

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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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Our Money: Our Future

Is your pension destroying the planet and risking your long term savings? Investing in fossil fuels was considered a safe choice with minimal risk. But is this still the case? Climate change will affect the value of your pension. More floods, more severe weather, a warming world, and pressure on our food supply will affect […]

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Protesters at the Pebble Mine

Anglo American abandons Alaska’s Pebble Mine

Written by David Aplin and Ben Goldfarb David Aplin is Director of Education and Outreach, WWF-US Arctic Program. Ben was WWF-US Arctic Program Communications Intern. On 16th of September, Anglo American – a London-based mining company – withdrew from the Pebble Limited Partnership and walked away from their 50% interest in the proposed Pebble Mine, an […]

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