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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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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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Celebrating World Rivers Day

Rowing is an athletic sport that is perhaps the closest to nature among all Olympic sports. It’s not really a surprise as rivers will attract wildlife quicker than any other ecosystem. Tarmac’d roads, rubberised tracks, or manicured pitches are hard to diversify. However at the same time we’re not dependent on nature, after all we […]

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