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Thousands joined WWF-UK on Wednesday 17 June in Westminster to speak up for the love of climate action © WWF-UK gallery

Climate change: Speak up for what you love

On Wednesday 17 June, nine thousand people came together in Westminster, and spoke with over 300 MPs asking them to take action on climate change. It was pretty amazing: it is not every day that you see nuns, rowers, scuba divers, MPs, anglers bee keepers and a lot of people who are really passionate about climate […]

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Simon Reeve © Andrew Carter World Sea Turtle Day

Why we need to protect our ancient mariners

To mark World Sea Turtle Day on 16 June,  TV presenter, bestselling author and WWF Ambassador, Simon Reeve gave us an exclusive interview on why he’s championing WWF’s work to protect sea turtles along the Kenyan coastline. Simon is supporting our work in Lamu, Kenya- home to half of all turtle nests on the Kenyan […]

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Our blog awards ticket © Duncan Mizen

And the winners are…?

When we first entered the UK Blog Awards last year, we had no idea how people would receive us in terms of how they’d vote. Would we make it through the public vote to reach the finals? How much competition would there be? Would we win anything at all? All perfectly normal questions for any […]

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International Women's Day

Is there hope for a River full of waste?

This International Women’s Day, meet Dr. Seema Mahendra- a loving mother, a valued professor and a feisty Ramganga Mitra from Uttar Pradesh, India, who continues to fight her battle to bring life back to her long lost river. Even with exams at University, working long hours and being layered with social commitments, nothing has ever […]

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The irrigation channel coming from Jajmau sewage and effluent treatment plant © Conor Linstead / WWF-UK Indian Rivers Week

A tale of two cities: water woes….but reasons for hope

WWF-UK’s Freshwater Specialist, Conor Linstead tells his account of the water issues being faced and solutions being taken by us in Kanpur and Lahore from his recent visit to India. The idea that businesses are at growing risk from water problems, and not just having an impact on water, is a relatively new idea but […]

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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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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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