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Fisheries: Seeing is believing






Boy, the Americans really know how to bake a good bran muffin.  This was one of the small discoveries I made while attending a conference recently in San Diego, California. The conference in question was the 8th International Fisheries Observer and Monitoring Conference (IFOMC) and is the only conference series of its kind which looks at […]

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Conservation hero Robenir (left) receives the Olympic torch at the beginning of his leg of the relay © Rio 2016 / Fernando Soutello Olympics

Lighting the way to Olympic and Amazon glory






With the Rio Games only a few days away, we’re celebrating two conservation heroes of the Amazon who have been part of the Olympic flame’s epic journey around Brazil. From giant fish to wild rubber, find out how indigenous and rural communities are protecting the rainforest through Sky Rainforest Rescue. At the climax of the […]

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Tuna © Brian J Skerry/National Geographic/WWF

New hope for Indian Ocean tuna






One swallow does not a summer make, so the saying goes. Yet at WWF we’ve been cautiously optimistic at the outcome of the recent meeting of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC), in La Reunion, France. The IOTC, responsible for the management of tuna and tuna-like species in the region, is notorious for its lack […]

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Moy wind farm, Inverness

Mars UK: a giant leap towards sustainability






At Mars, as one of the world’s largest food manufacturers, we recognise that we are in a position to positively influence and advocate for policy change. We can do this through leading by example, making bold commitments and meeting our own ambitious targets to tackle the impact we have on the environment. That’s why we […]

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Happy World Fish Migration Day!






On 21 May, individuals, communities and projects from around the world will come together and take part in a global initiative to create awareness about the importance of free-flowing, unobstructed rivers for migratory fish. Fish – such as Atlantic salmon, European eel and sea lamprey – need to travel up and down rivers, as well as […]

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'Mother's little headful', winner of Young Photographer of the Year 2013 © Udayan Rao Pawar, India gallery

Crocodilian conservation: Q&A with photographer Udayan Rao Pawar






The critically endangered gharial plays a vital role in preserving the biodiversity of the mighty Ganges river and its tributaries. I spoke to Udayan Rao Pawar, a young Indian photographer who won the coveted Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2013 for his images of these endearing creatures. LP: Can you tell us about […]

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Wind turbines at Lambrigg wind farm, owned by Npower, near Sedburgh, Cumbria, UK © Global Warming Images / WWF

Reversing nature’s decline is a wise investment – business as usual will be far more costly






Environmental and economic goals do not conflict and a healthy natural world is the foundation of a resilient, productive economy. Given recent extreme weather events in the UK and around the world, and the global scientific consensus that climate change will make such events more common, these words should by now be regarded by both […]

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