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WWF Scotland 10m
Katowice UN climate talks extended due to sticking points
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WWF Scotland 3h
Rudolph might have a red nose, but it turns out reindeer lack the colour-detecting eye cells that could spot it, or carrots left out for them on Christmas Eve!🦌
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WWF Scotland 20h
We need your help in the fight against pollution. Add your name here and together we can stop entering our rivers and seas.
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WWF Scotland Dec 14
Former Maldives president says there will be 'hell to pay' if fails.
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WWF Scotland Dec 14
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WWF Scotland Dec 13
Looking good! 😍
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WWF Scotland Dec 13
Are you looking at ways to have a Christmas? You're not alone! Check out these useful tips!
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WWF Scotland Dec 13
The EU and scores of developing countries have pledged to toughen their existing commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to enable the world to stay within a 1.5C rise in global warming.
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WWF Scotland Dec 12
Wild reindeer numbers have crashed in Arctic as weather patterns and vegetation changes make the Arctic tundra a much less hospitable place for them.
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WWF Scotland Dec 12
Cars powered by waste left over from distilling could help tackle pollution in India's Ganges River
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WWF Scotland Dec 11
What do businesses need from political leaders to tackle change? from tells us what he's looking for
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WWF Scotland Dec 11
Nasa has detected the first signs of significant melting in a swathe of glaciers in East Antarctica. This has consequences for future sea levels.
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WWF Scotland Dec 11
We were delighted to host the board of trustees in our Edinburgh office
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WWF Scotland Dec 10
Global change is pushing species further north and impacting food availability for Scottish seabirds and marine life. One in 11 species in Scotland is at risk of disappearing. It's time for us all to
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WWF Scotland Dec 10
We welcome First Minister’s Advisory Group on which recommends rights be enshrined in Scots Law. A Scottish Act would make sure nature is protected AND made better for us all!
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WWF Scotland Dec 10
Great news to kick the week off! Wind output in Scotland broke through the 100% threshold for the first time in November with 109% of total electricity demand being met from renewables! 👍
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WWF UK Dec 9
The fifth and final episode of is nearly here! This episode follows Raj Bhera, a tiger in India, and her four new-born cubs. Are you tuning in?
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WWF UK Dec 9
This is devastating. Over 100 different turtles were studied and plastic was found inside every single one.
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WWF UK Dec 8
This week’s episode of follows a family of tigers in India! Tigers have been around for around 2 million years, but today, their numbers are only around 3,900.
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WWF Scotland Dec 7
Have you got that ? We do!
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