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October was very exciting and busy month for us here in Kwale, Kenya. We met new people, developed new solutions to ever emerging challenges and hosted WWF staff from across the globe. Staff gathered to learn and share experience about community based conservation work. Let me share some of these exciting moments with you. The

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Children are the real stars of WWF's Earth Hour

Earth Hour is fast approaching and as the Communications Manager for WWF Cymru my life seems to have been taken over by stars! During the last month I’ve met stars of all shapes and sizes from Hollywood actors to international rugby players, from politicians to school children – all are supporting Earth Hour and our

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A thermal image of a house © Isaac Lane Koval 2009 climate change

Five years on: what progress is Scotland making on climate change?

Recently I attended an event at the Scottish Parliament where the UK Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) presented their most recent progress report of delivery under the Scottish Climate Change Act. Five years ago I would have been in the same building – and possibly the same room – my memory fails me, urging our

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Sian Sykes on her plastic free circumnavigation of Wales expedition © Chris Davies, Eastwood Media Wales

3 ffordd mae Cymru yn taclo llygredd plastig

Mae pawb yn siarad am blastig y dyddiau hyn. Er bod ni mor lwcus bod arfordir anhygoel ar ein stepen drws, nid yw Cymru’n gallu dianc y gwastraff sy’n llifo mewn â’r llanw. Gwellt yfed, poteli, cwpanau coffi, weips, brwshys dannedd…mae plastig untro yn symbol amlwg o’n cymdeithas ‘taflu-i-ffwrdd’ a’r niwed mae’n gwneud i’n byd. […]

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Nudibranch on kelp leaf © Wild Wonders of Europe / Magnus Lundgren / WWF

Top 10 spectacular finds in Wales’ seas

Wales’ unique coastal environment and seas 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 […]

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