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National Tree Week

So what will you be doing this weekend? Amongst spending time with friends and family, why not consider an act to save the planet? After the chaos of “Black” Friday, why not contemplate the chance to do something more “green”? This week marks National Tree Week in the UK, when there will be projects working […]

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10 things you should know about palm oil

Lately, we hear a lot about palm oil, and let’s face it, it’s usually negative and we might hear our ‘more environmentally informed’ friends tell us it’s basically the devil and we should avoid it at all costs if we care about the environment, the rainforests and the Orangutans. Well, here are ten things you […]

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A tree at dawn in Kenya. Image © Fritz Pölking/WWF Coastal Kenya Programme

Adapting to climate change in coastal Kenya communities

There are a number of challenges to adapting to climate change in coastal Kenya communities. Forests and landscapes contribute directly to the well-being and food security of poorer communities. The condition of local forests can have a direct impact on adjacent communities – where huge populations depend on these forests for their livelihoods. However, this […]

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Rebecca May © WWF International Women's Day

People at the heart of wildlife conservation

Our relationships on this planet are tangled up in a complex web of life, where what we do affects other living beings and our physical surroundings. So why then do we seem to damage the natural resources that we depend on? And how can people-centred solutions to conservation protect wildlife and wild places? On the […]

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Waatha children resting. © Ahmed Mbarak. Size of Wales

The Waatha people of Kenya

Indigenous people are known to have a very close relationship with nature. Their lives and livelihoods are often intertwined with it. Over the many years of their existence, they have developed strong systems and practices to ensure its continuity. The People Many of you will have heard about the Mijikenda people and their sacred Kaya […]

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