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Tigers untrapped: 11 images from Toshiji Fukuda






Toshiji Fukuda has been photographing the natural wonders in the far east of Russia for nearly 25 years. His dedication has resulted in countless amazing images – including a true rarity: a beautiful photo of a wild Amur tiger taken without a camera trap. This won him the Gerald Durrell Award for photographing endangered species […]

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Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor in her sparkly dress, Earth Hour, South Bank Centre, London © Richard Stonehouse / WWF-UK Five for Friday

Five for Friday: 5 blog favourites from March and April






It’s been a busy few months on the blog site, so much so I didn’t even get around to doing my last Five for Friday. There were so many other interesting and important pieces that kept it off the schedule! Because of this, I’ve picked five blogs from March and April to highlight to you. […]

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Can one small country lead the world? Celebrities and politicians back ‘one planet nation’ campaign






Did you turn off your lights for WWF’s Earth Hour last month? If you did, you were in good company. I lead our Welsh team and it was great to see the event gain such support here, across the UK and around the world. We estimate around half a million people in Wales and many […]

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Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor in her sparkly dress, Earth Hour, South Bank Centre, London © Richard Stonehouse / WWF-UK Earth Hour

Earth Hour and beyond






On Saturday 29 March, millions of people across the UK switched off their lights in a symbolic display of appreciation and awareness for our brilliant planet. As the UK plunged into darkness at 8:30pm, individuals across the country celebrated with garden parties, candlelit dinners and moonlit walks – all with one united goal: to protect […]

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10 reasons why you should visit our panda-tastic Experience






Saturday 25 January 2014 was a pretty significant day for WWF-UK. Having moved into our fantastic Living Planet Centre back in October 2013, we finally marked the public opening of the WWF Experience! Let me take a few steps back to explain. The idea of the Living Planet Centre was born when long standing supporter […]

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Monty Halls wins London Marathon for WWF (almost)






Hilarious blog post from TV presenter and marine biologist Monty Halls – who ran the London Marathon this year for WWF – revealing the truth about the chafing, the cheering, and how he nearly won (but not quite…) “I type this in my dressing gown from my kitchen, sipping a cup of tea and muttering […]

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Celebrating a fish win – and how you all made this a success






It is always a pleasure to be able to share success – and today is a day where we are indeed celebrating a successful campaign. A few hours ago, the European Parliament’s Fisheries Committee voted through crucial amendments to the Common Fisheries Policy reform package, giving the ‘thumbs up’ to ambitious reform. Why is this […]

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