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This Earth Hour, help Wales to lead as a sustainable country

I’m sure you’ve heard of WWF’s Earth Hour by now. It’s a global celebration of our brilliant planet – and every year millions of people around the world switch off their lights to show their support for a brighter future. In Wales, as in other countries, famous buildings go dark – from Sydney Harbour Bridge [...]

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What do school children want for the future of Wales? Be inspired.

As Mondays go, I’ve had one of my most inspiring! I’ve been in the company of the Eco School Council at Llangewydd Junior School in Bridgend who have been sharing their wishes for the planet’s future with the Welsh Government minister Jeff Cuthbert. Since I left the school on Friday, each pupil (that’s 400 in [...]

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Decarbonising Britain debate

On Tuesday this week we convened a panel of industry leaders to debate the economic case for a low carbon UK economy. The event, titled ‘Decarbonising Britain’, saw representatives from major businesses Kingfisher plc, Aviva and DONG Energy discussing the economic argument for a low carbon UK with speakers from the Manufacturers Organisation for UK [...]

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Elephant watchtower on farmland, Kathmandu, Nepal

Creating a corridor for human-wildlife harmony

I’m in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, sitting on the roof top garden of my hotel. It’s eight o’clock in the evening. It’s already night time. There’s a slight breeze but I’m feeling very comfortable sitting in a t-shirt. But this easy life is quite a contrast to the way I’ve been living for [...]

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Rainforest and wetland © Michel Roggo / WWF-Canon

Towards ecological undershoot and business resilience

Our overuse of natural resources to clothe, house, feed, transport and entertain us is escalating. And global carbon emissions continue to exceed the planet’s carbon sequestration capacity. The day in the year by which we use up our annual ecological budget arrives ever earlier as the decades go by. ‘Earth Overshoot Day’ was estimated by [...]

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Asia Pulp and Paper – turning a corner or more of the same?

Indonesia has the second largest natural tropical forests on the planet and these have endured continual threats from illegal logging and unsustainable practices for decades.  WWF and many other local and international groups are working to turn these problems around to ensure ‘High Conservation Value Forests’ are left standing. It would be great to think [...]

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