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Blogging award for the people behind WWF’s work


We were delighted to have been ‘highly commended’ at the UK National Blog Awards that took place in London last week.

WWF's UK Blog Award certificate © WWF-UKWWF’s UK Blog Award certificate © WWF-UK

The WWF-UK blog was chosen as one of the top three blogs in the travel category. Our people are one of our biggest assets here, and the blog site is the place where we bring together their stories.

Being an environmental organisation we don’t often get the chance to visit the global projects we work on, but when we do we’re able to bring back fantastic conservation stories to share with our supporters and this award is recognition that we’re doing a pretty good job.

With posts from our wildlife trade experts on the latest poaching crisis in Gabon, to guest bloggers like Simon Reeve talking about the devastating effects of climate change – our blog is where you can catch up on all the amazing work being done to help protect our natural world.

WWF-UK blog manager - Duncan Mizen, next to an Oscars statue © WWF-UKWe’re delighted to have received this special recognition and we really hope you continue to enjoy the blog and all the incredible conservation stories we bring you from around the world.

What do you think about our blog site? Have any suggestions? What would you like to read on here? Leave us a comment.

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