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WWF 🐼 Jul 17
It’s ! Can you tell what stories these emojis are telling about human impacts on nature?
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WWF 🐼 Jul 16
We are so proud to be a part of creating something that goes beyond entertainment - we believe can help change the world
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WWF 🐼 Jul 16
After tireless work by , the Spanish supreme court rules out dredging in Doñana National Park. This protects migratory birds & endangered species such as the Spanish imperial eagle🦅& the Iberian lynx🐱🙏
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WWF 🐼 Jul 10
“To chuck plastic into the ocean is an insult. To have the nerve to say: ‘This is our rubbish. We’ll give you money and you can spread it on your land instead of ours, in the far east,’ is intolerable.” David Attenborough 
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WWF 🐼 Jul 10
We already have enough cleared land on our planet to sustain our global population. Our jungles are too precious to continue chopping down.🌴💚
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WWF 🐼 Jul 9
The correct answer is: It takes an astonishing 💧💧1700 litres💧💧of water to create a 100gm bar. That’s about ten bathtubs of water and numerous other natural resources like sunlight, soil and more.
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WWF 🐼 Jul 7
This fruit farm works in harmony with the jungle ecosystem so there’s plenty of space for both trees and crops plus zero-deforestation🌴🌿. This , let’s celebrate forward-thinking farmers, and enjoy the fruits of their efforts😄
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WWF 🐼 Jul 7
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Let’s celebrate this yummy indulgence that nature offers and be mindful of the bean to bar journey the next time you bite into its delicious goodness. It’s time to consume wisely.
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WWF 🐼 Jul 7
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Numerous natural resources like sunlight, soil and hundreds of litres of water go into the production of a just 1 bar of chocolate.
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WWF 🐼 Jul 7
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Farmers spend years nurturing cacao trees before they are ready to harvest.
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WWF 🐼 Jul 7
Cacao trees take 4 years to reach maturity for chocolate production.
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WWF 🐼 Jul 6
How many litres of water goes into making a 100gm bar of chocolate? Stay tuned for more as we celebrate tomorrow!
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WWF 🐼 Jul 4
for our economy and prosperity, so companies have a crucial role to play in protecting the benefits that nature provides. That's why new coalition is so important to help save our planet👍
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WWF 🐼 Jul 4
the common guillemot is often referred to as the 'penguin of the Baltic'? Watch their antics on our webcam and get to know them better. With thanks to
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WWF Media team Jul 2
BREAKING: committee rightly highlights the threats Selous - one of Africa's largest wildernesses - currently faces. Now more needs to be done to ensure this unique site continues to be safeguarded for future generations
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WWF Media team Jul 2
called for science-based, achievable and integrated targets for nature at the Trondheim Biodiversity Conference today. Find out what these targets are and why are they crucial for halting nature loss in 's new blogpost.
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WWF 🐼 Jul 1
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pollution is growing, and it’s entering our food, air and water. People could be ingesting 5 grams of plastic every week on average! Tell world leaders to start urgent negotiations for a new treaty to .
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WWF 🐼 Jul 1
G20 leaders announced a goal of eliminating plastic leakage into our oceans by 2050. While this global goal is a step in the right direction to , we need governments to act faster and aim to stop plastic leakage into nature by 2030.
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WWF 🐼 Jun 30
Every day, new stories highlight nature’s dangerous decline right in front of our eyes. Yet it does not receive the attention it deserves. It's time to make our voices heard! Add your to show you care❤️🌏
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Marco Lambertini Jun 29
It’s still possible to halt & restore loss, deliver the UN & avert dangerous but leaders need to commit to a strong science based nature action agenda. fails again in ambition. We need a & People
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