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Top 10 spectacular finds in Wales’ seas

Wales’ unique coastal environment attracts a wealth of creatures. From vibrant corals to sparkling slugs and seahorses, our seas are far more tropical than we think! Every single sea creature on this list needs a healthy marine environment to thrive. Around 75% of Wales’ coastline and over 35% of our seas are Marine Protected Areas: […]

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Wales is slipping behind on climate change action – can this government close the ambition gap?

As we launch a new animation all about climate change and why the Welsh Government needs to act urgently and decisively to tackle it, my colleague Jessica McQuade, who is WWF Cymru’s Policy and Advocacy Officer, asks if the new Government can close what she calls the ‘ambition gap’ on climate action. Over the past […]

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A wind farm off the coast of North East Wales at dusk

Why we can’t lose Wales’ leadership on sustainable development

Following the Welsh elections, as the work of forming a new administration and Programme for Government gets underway, WWF-UK Ambassador and former Welsh Government Minister for Environment, Sustainability and Housing Dr Jane Davidson calls on the next Welsh Government to consider their legacy on sustainable development. Eliminating poverty, promoting prosperity, protecting the environment – there are […]

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5 things the next Welsh Government should do for the environment

We’re heading to the polls to elect our Welsh Assembly Members – so what will the next Welsh Government need to do for our planet? Here are some of the things we think are most important… 1. Protect our seas The Welsh coast and seas are amazing. They’re home to a massive variety of habitats and […]

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Could a small nation teach the world something about tackling climate change?

Just a stone’s throw from Paris, a small country is taking a distinctive approach to tackling climate change. It’s taken six hours or so by train for me to travel to the climate talks from Cardiff, Wales. I’m here with colleagues from Stop Climate Chaos Cymru – a coalition of NGOs – to explain how […]

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Doing it for your planet – why the Welsh Government is supporting Earth Hour

2015 is a crucial year for mobilising international action on climate change and sustainable development. That’s why I am very pleased the Welsh Government will be supporting WWF’s Earth Hour on March 28th, turning out the lights at many of our buildings and Cadw monuments across Wales to show our support for our planet. I’m […]

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Wales has something big to celebrate this Earth Hour

As I write this, it’s just over a week to Earth Hour. And I think that this year it should be even more of a celebration than usual in Wales. Why? Because we’ve just done something amazing for our planet. Yes, we did it. After over three years of campaigning, our politicians have passed a […]

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A Welsh law for people and nature – it’s time for politicians to work together

It’s exciting to think that Wales could be about to pass a strong sustainability law to help people and nature. Getting to that point, however, is proving a little complicated. Despite the wave of public support for a brighter future expressed through WWF Cymru’s Welsh Wish campaign, down in Cardiff Bay things aren’t yet on track. […]

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