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Postcards from Peru: A diary from the UN climate talks

I’m in Lima for the UN climate talks which run 1-12 December. I’ll be regularly tweeting and blogging. If you find this blog interesting please feel to share it. DAY 0 – Sunday 30 November 2014 I’ve arrived in Lima, Peru, where the 20th UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP20) begins today, […]

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handcrafted toucan by pupils © Tristan Fewings Education

Schools out for summer – lets get crafty!

I can’t believe it’s already been six months since we opened to the public the WWF Experience at our Living Planet Centre (LPC). Since January we’ve welcomed over 10,000 visitors into the building which is incredible! But now that schools out, what does the LPC have in store for the summer holidays? We’ve loved welcoming […]

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Sythwood pupils working together on their ebooks. Copyright: Alison Peacham Education

Explore, Discover, Learn…using an iPad

Embracing the use of iPads at the Living Planet Centre Here at WWF, we’re always seeking out tools that can make learning creative and exciting for pupils. So when the idea of using iPad’s came up, we saw this had huge potential for our workshops for primary schools. We wanted hands-on learning and interactive materials […]

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Chocolate cakes and packaging made by school children © Tristan Fewings / WWF-UK Easter

Tropical Chocolate – from bean to bar

As a rich chocolate aroma filled every corner of the Learning Zone in WWF’s Living Planet Centre, myself and the education team were busy running our Tropical Chocolate Workshop. The International School of London visited and the Learning Zone was buzzing with excited pupils keen to learn more about the products of the rainforest and […]

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Climate Action representatives holding up a banner © Greenpeace/Jeremie Souteyrat climate change

Science facts and human must acts

The science is clearer now than ever before. And the science is telling us that at even relatively low levels of warming, there will be serious impacts to people and the fragile ecosystems that sustain us. Indeed, we are already seeing this happening. Even more warming will lead to even more serious consequences. These are […]

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A panda mascot with children outside the Living Planet Centre gallery

10 reasons why you should visit our panda-tastic Experience

Saturday 25 January 2014 was a pretty significant day for WWF-UK. Having moved into our fantastic Living Planet Centre back in October 2013, we finally marked the public opening of the WWF Experience! Let me take a few steps back to explain. The idea of the Living Planet Centre was born when long standing supporter […]

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Penguin surprises in Antarctica – “These guys just keep amazing us”

For the last 3 years, WWF’s Polar Programme has been supporting critical science undertaken by the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Antarctica. Dr Yan Ropert-Coudert leads a team of keen scientists who spend a year or more at Dumont D’Urville station in Antarctica studying Adélie penguins. The scientists attach miniature GPS devices […]

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Antarctic ice core

The past in a (very large) icecube

Climate change is well established on the Antarctic peninsula, one of the most rapidly warming places on our planet. This is threatening ice sheets that have been stable for many thousands of years. The BBC today reported on the results, published by Nature, of an ice core retrieved by the British Antarctic Survey from James […]

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