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WWF Feb 17
Being the most trafficked mammal in the world, Pangolins are clinging on to survival. 😔 Find out how you can help save them. 💪
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WWF-Canada Feb 16
Arctic communities now have a real chance to reduce diesel fuel use and build capacity for renewable energy. 👏 Read 's announcement
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WWF Feb 15
This , help us spread the word: gift life, not .
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CITES Feb 6
are among the most powerful creatures to grace this planet, but they are also the most fragile Check out the website, register your events & let your voice be heard
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UN Environment Feb 12
Break up for It's time to end your toxic relationship with single-use plastic and find a new love ❤️ for !
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WWF Feb 12
40 days to 2018! 🌎 when you buy roses for that special someone this Wednesday, don’t forget who provided those flowers - Earth, the most bae of them all! 😉
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WWF Feb 9
You wouldn’t throw something valuable away. Urban wetlands are prized land, not wasteland. Here’s why: - you’d be surprised.
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Earth Hour Feb 7
Here’s your chance to have your voice heard. We’re looking for short videos describing how you ! Find out more on , the world’s largest crowdsourcing video platform
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Margaret Kinnaird Feb 8
Challenges with regulation of Japan's domestic ivory market mean that they should move to close it as a matter of priority
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WWF Forest & Climate Feb 1
Zero- pledges need help, support to meet targets, new study finds, via : “The time is ripe to increase the scope and impact of zero-deforestation commitments by transnational companies.”
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Marco Lambertini Feb 6
floating in the Caribbean. Most of it single use. We use for few minutes a material that last hundreds of years! Another nonsense of our wasteful development model. Companies & consumers must reduce/collect/recycle & shift to true
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WWF Feb 8
📸spotted: dozens of fluffy shy chicks sitting on artificial nests ❤️ A promising sign behind an innovative plan to help the vulnerable ! Find out more:
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WWF Feb 3
EXCLUSIVE: The OFFICIAL 2018 video is here! Join the global event today - it’s time to
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WWF UK Feb 3
RT if you agree that every day should be a plastic ! 🙌
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João Campari Feb 2
deforestation rates of the have exceeded those of the for over 10 years? But even modest gains in cattle-raising efficiency would free millions of hectares for other types of land use and help
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WWF Feb 2
This , no matter where you are, join us on a journey and discover ways you can ! Remember, 2018 is on 24th March 8:30 p.m. local time
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WWF Feb 2
2018 kicks off in 50 days!😍 With your support, we’ve achieved so much for our 🌎 , our home. This year, it’s time to &
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WWF Feb 2
DYK- Urban wetlands filter domestic waste from water, which improves water quality.
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WWF Media team Feb 1
is already doing groundbreaking work with on tuna in the South Pacific. Here's a look at what the future might hold for and from , Director, WWF Global Partnerships
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Stuart Orr 💦 🐟 🐬 Feb 2
Quote of - "In a warming world, we risk seeing nature’s power as only a threat. By investing in wetlands, we also get nature’s power on our side" -
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