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Hitchhikers British Wildlife Photography Awards

Five Questions for British Wildlife Photography Awards winner George Stoyle

This year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) overall winner, and winner of the WWF sponsored Coast and Marine category, is George Stoyle with his striking image ‘Hitchhikers’ of a lion’s mane jellyfish. The image, which was chosen from thousands of entries, was captured while George was working on a project to assess the current biological […]

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Fingers on a keyboard © Kirsty Robertson / Flickr

How to improve your websites accessibility

Accessibility. Close your eyes and try typing it on your keyboard. Difficult isn’t it. Do you know how to spell it? How many C’s? How many S’s? Are we all seeing double here? Consider this. 2 million people in the UK may not even see it at all. Why? Because this is the number of […]

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Rusty oil drums © Staffan Widstrand / WWF

The strength of fossil fuel divestment: let’s set things straight

Since its launch three years ago, the divestment movement has surpassed the $50 billion mark, with over 800 global investors committing to divest their holdings in fossil fuels over the next five years. Signatories encompass a broad diversity of sectors and regions, from cities and universities to health care organisations and large institutional investors. Last […]

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Skate © GETTY Guest blog

Callum Roberts: learning from the fate of the skate

On World Oceans Day, WWF ambassador Professor Callum Roberts (top marine scientist and author of the award-winning ‘The Unnatural History of the Sea’ and the new ‘Ocean of Life’*) tells the cautionary tale of the common skate – and offers his strong personal views on how best to prevent our oceans losing all their riches. […]

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