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WWF May 19
that the waved is under threat from oil slicks & fishing lines? It's time to show your support for & :
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WWF May 18
whale-watching vessels can stress or hit Humpback Whales? This , take action for & . with us:
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Alistair Monument May 18
"Our global strategy on begins with communities." A look at how a group sustainable forest management scheme is benefiting the residents of Kilwa, Tanzania
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WWF May 18
that the rarest in the world loves the snow? But the Amur Leopard is under grave threats from & habitat loss. this for & :
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WWF Climate & Energy May 17
. study: "Across the world, most water storage losses appear to be driven by climate change and other human activity. Our future challenges could not be more clear from looking at this map."
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WWF May 16
Home to over 25% of all marine life on the planet, our coral reefs are vital for the ecosystem. However , pollution, overfishing & other threats pose serious risk to corals. How are you going to ? Let us know!
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WWF Climate & Energy May 15
Thanks to for your commitment to our planet and help tackle with@WWF
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WWF May 15
Thanks to for your commitment to our planet and help tackle with WWF
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WWF-Philippines May 15
A pregnant Irrawaddy Dolphin gives us hope that the endangered species will repopulate 🙌They are known to reside in two areas in the PH: where this photo was taken along Guimaras Strait, & in Malampaya Sound, Palawan where we have been working to conserve the species since 2004.
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Marco Lambertini May 15
Yet another ranger killed in Africa. Sincere condolences to Rachel Masika Baraka's family & colleagues. Her courage & sacrifice must not be in vain as rangers globally continue to put their lives in peril every day to preserve the and
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WWF May 14
Can you live fossil free? This can be a reality if we invest in renewables &make sustainable choices. Don't let climate change wipe out our precious wildlife. How are you playing your part? Check out what these cities are doing and vote for your fav today.
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WWF Climate & Energy May 14
Clean air + clean water are the main things citizens want for their health and wellbeing as residents in a sustainable city, according to a new survey by
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WWF May 13
There are amazing mother's in the wild. We hope you have a lovely celebration this ! that 🐘 carry their unborns for a whopping 22-months. 🐯 are known to be especially benevolent mothers. Polar bears double her weight or else their bodies might absorb the baby.
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WWF May 12
that migratory birds provide many benefits from keeping farms rodent-free to providing amazing fertilisers?☘️They’re amazing to watch in the skies too!🦅This , find out more &
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WWF May 11
It’s ! Qns: Which is the longest-distance migratory bird? Find out more about & how you can :
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WWF May 11
migratory birds help us out by controlling insect plagues & pollinating plants? Everything on 🌎 is connected! 🐦 Find out more about & join the conversation:
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WWF May 11
50 cities, on 5 continents representing over 100 million citizens. Do you live in a city? Over the next week, join us as we discover cities that have shown a strong commitment to embark on the sustainability journey. Together, we can !
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WWF Climate & Energy May 10
. of : UN climate talks needs hands on political leadership now if there is to be tangible progress on sticky issues: finance, increasing ambition, differentiation (Pix IISD)
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WWF May 10
If you had one choice, what would you rather save?
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WWF May 9
Congratulations to this Planet hero! 🌍 , an indigenous leader of the​ Kichwa community of Sarayaku in the ​Ecuadorian ​​Amazon, is the 2018 winner of the WWF International President’s Youth Award!​ 🐼​
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