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Puffins on the Welsh coast. ©iStock

Springing into action for chalk streams






Spring is all about new life – and at WWF we’re really excited to be pushing ahead with our collaborative work with Coca-Cola to bring life back to English chalk streams. We’ve been working in partnership with Coca-Cola to secure a thriving future for English rivers since 2012 and have achieved some great results. In […]

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Cute creatures, chalk streams and Coca-Cola






This week we’re really excited to announce the continuation of our partnership with Coca-Cola in Great Britain. Over the next 3 years we’ll be scaling up our work to secure a brighter future for English rivers and our precious chalk streams. We started working together back in 2012 and have already achieved some impressive results that I […]

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Wild swimmers at a small falls by Badgworthy pool Tim Sheerman-Chase / Flickr rivers

Making a splash for our rivers






Last week, people across Europe celebrated their local river, lake or beach by jumping in them! This is all part of a project called ‘The Big Jump’ which does exactly what it says on the tin – encourages people to jump in their local river, lake or beach and reconnect people with their water environment. […]

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US Geological Survey map. Copyright: USGS World Water Day Sunday 22 March

A day to celebrate, a day to change, a day to prepare






On Sunday 22 March, we’ll celebrate UN World Water Day. Its slogan – “a day to celebrate, a day to change, a day to prepare” – really hits the nail on the head. Water provides us with life, enables our food to grow, sustains industry, creates energy to heat and power our homes and businesses […]

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2014 overall winner and Urban Wildlife winner Lee Acaster The Tourist greylag goose © Lee Acaster gallery

Enter the British Wildlife Photography Awards






Do you love photography? Do you love nature? Well, your passion, patience, talent and imagination could land you an amazing prize – in this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA), as they’re now open for entries. The BWPA were established to recognise the talents of photographers in Britain. At WWF, we love the awards, because […]

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