WWF has worked with the support and cooperation of the government of DRC, local partners, and local communities to develop and implement REDD+ readiness activities in the Mai-Ndombe area of DRC. This short video begins to tell the story of this work.
Wyoming has long been known as an energy exporter, from oil to natural gas to coal. The state is now booming with two other resources: wind energy and qualified technicians trained to build, install and service the enormous growth in wind turbine technology.
With its industrial landscape and port developments, at first glance the Thames estuary is not the most romantic of locations. But alongside the modern infrastructure wildlife thrives in the mudflats, saltmarshes and lagoons that fringe the river. The Thames is already a nature hotspot, but now it’s at risk from proposals to build a new airport for London.
To mark their 10,000th MSC certified sushi dish, Moshi Moshi took up the challenge to make a QR code out of sushi to tell their certified sustainable seafood story. Find out how they did it, and learn more about QR coded sushi on their menu for 2013.
Wind power in Central and Eastern Europe will become a significant source of electricity production by 2020 but only if there is stability for investors, according to a new report out today.
The wind industry is being hit by the economic crisis across Europe. Politicians must ensure that investor confidence is not undermined, warn top industry figures in Vienna.
Smuggled tiger kittens and burning ivory, follow the trail of wildlife crime from Gabon in Africa to Thailand in Asia. WWF launches its Advocacy report at the UN in New York.
From squalid workers’ cottages to impressive three-storey houses – Le Viet Hung and his neighbours’ building has transformed planning in Vinh City.
Community leader Prapas Saengpradab reveals how his Bangkok slum turned itself from drug den to attractive canalside community.
How do squatters become householders? In Bharatpur, Ram Kumari Praja shows how women’s savings groups can lead to bigger things. By Uncommon Media for the Asian Coalition for Housing Rights.