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Sardine shoal © Wanderlasss

Viable long-term economic plan needs a natural capital “Stress test”






Nature is fundamental to human life, underpinning our well-being, and our economies. It provides the food, energy and materials that are vital to economic prosperity and development, and provides other ‘ecosystem services’ such as flood protection, pollination of our crops, and clean air and water that are crucial for the living standards we enjoy today. […]

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A member of Kaya Kinondo Financial Services Association © WWF Kenya Size of Wales

Protecting Kenya’s sacred forests and changing people’s lives through ecotourism and village banking






For almost 20 years now, we’ve been working hard to promote the conservation of Kaya forests in Kenya, supporting local people to build their communities and protect their environment. Encouraging ecotourism helped bring in money to support people and nature, but communities still faced barriers. So here I explain how a Financial Services Association, set up […]

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Karen Edwards watching King penguins, South Georgia © Brad Siviour Wear it Wild

Wear it Wild: Going wild in South Georgia






Each year, organisations like WWF work tirelessly to raise money for conservation projects and communities – in an attempt to stop some of our planet’s incredible wildlife becoming extinct. The truth is, since 1970, populations of wild species have fallen by half. Which means iconic species like tigers, elephants and rhinos could become extinct in […]

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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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