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Driving along a country lane overgrown with Beech trees climate change

I spy… greener roads

Last weekend was the summer bank holiday, which saw us heading off in our droves to visit friends and relatives or enjoy our beautiful beaches and countryside. One thing’s for sure: in amongst the persistent cries of “are we there yet?” (no!) and “I need the loo” (you should’ve gone before we left!), thousands of […]

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RideLondon family photo

Raising cash for Panda’s, on a bike

Del Thomas not only took on the Prudential RideLondon 100 mile cycling challenge, but did an amazing job fundraising, smashing his personal target. Read his inspirational story… Why sign up to this crazy challenge? About a year ago I bought myself a road bike and soon discovered it was just as much fun as when I […]

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Penguins diving © Cathy Morrow Events

Pandas, Pavements and Pens

Cathy Morrow is one of our Team Panda supporters who has helped us fundraise, but as well as her running talents, Cathy also has an even bigger talent, she’s an exceptional artist. And it’s with this amazing skill that Cathy has helped to raise money for her event. Here’s her story… Maybe I’ll start with […]

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cyclists during the RideLondon event Events

6 reasons why you should become a Panda

Hi, my name is Abby Richardson and I’m a volunteer fundraiser for WWF. Here’s my story. Volunteering is a hugely beneficial experience for anyone to take part in because it really enhances your skills. I have been part of both Brighton Marathon and Virgin London Marathon and they were both very successful. It was amazing […]

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Rob Penn and Freddie Flintoff on their bikes © WWF-UK

Rob Penn: An Amazon adventure part 1

For a month last autumn, Freddie Flintoff and I pedalled along what is perhaps the most controversial road in the world. The Trans-Amazonian Highway was built by the Brazilian military dictatorship in the early 1970s, to open up the southern Amazon basin for colonization and economic exploitation. In a grandiose economic experiment, the proposal was […]

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start sign at the Royal Parks run

Let the games begin

Hi there, my name is Richard Whitty and this is the first of a whole series of blogs I will be writing about the events I am undertaking for WWF over the course of 2014. I hope you’ll be able to keep up with me – and I hope you enjoy my posts. In the […]

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