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Aerial view of the Pantanal © R.Isotti, A.Cambone / Homo Ambiens / WWF gallery

The wonder of wetlands

Today is World Wetlands Day, a day to celebrate our wonderful wetlands, the wildlife that thrives within them and the benefits that we as a society gain from them. Wetlands cover very little of the world’s surface, but are home to a disproportionately large number of species, including almost 45 per cent of the world’s […]

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Eastern black and white colobus, or Guereza (Colobus guereza). Usually seen in the tops of trees. Kenya. © Martin Harvey / WWF Coastal Kenya Programme

Pokomo sacred sites, a new opportunity for conservation work in Tana River County

Five counties make up Kenya’s incredible coastline: Kwale, Kilifi, Mombasa, Lamu, and Tana River County. Sadly, what often comes to mind when thinking about Tana River County is hostile climatic conditions, hunger, conflict, insecurity, and human suffering. But spend time in Tana River County and you will be amazed by the opportunities that exist. The […]

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World Economic Forum Global Risks 2018 Survey

Five key environmental takeaways from Davos

World Economic Forum Global Risks 2018 SurveyThe World Economic Forum (WEF) took place this week in Davos, Switzerland, the annual event bringing politicians and business leaders together. This year, the theme was ‘Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World’, which saw discussions around free trade, human rights, technology, and the environment. It included discussions […]

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Wind Power, Sea, Wind Turbine, Fuel and Power Generation, Industry

Upcoming trends for business and environment in 2018

2017 gave us plenty to talk about in the world of sustainable business. We expect 2018 to be no different, as increasing numbers of people, companies and governments wake up to the need for a green economy. Here are our predictions for the most important trends for business and the environment this year. Renewable energy […]

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Collection of freshly picked vegetables. South Africa © Martin Harvey / WWF water stewardship

Taking water stewardship to the next level: the Courtauld Commitment 2025

2017 saw great progress being made in corporate water stewardship, with a growing number of companies making public commitments to tackle water risk across their supply chains. But what can we hope for in 2018 to speed up progress and see significant action at scale? Collective action and governance are core to water stewardship, but […]

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Jaguar (Panthera onca) © David Lawson / WWF-UK wildlife

“Patience, perseverance and a little luck made it possible” – an interview with BBC’s Big Cats series producer

Through the recent BBC Big Cats series we’ve been able to immerse ourselves in the lives of the world’s feisty felids – from the most elusive to the most deadly. With the launch of new technology systems which have allowed us to delve into the intricate depths of these animals’ lives, we were curious to […]

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A year in sustainability

2017 has been an interesting year for sustainable business, with commitments from government and businesses to help create a better future for people and planet. Here are our top five positive news moments. (Some) Americans are still in In the wake of President Trump’s announcement to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement back […]

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