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Saving Special Places: Coquet Island

Saving Special Places: Coquet Island

A mile off the coast of Northumberland lies a unique island teeming with seabirds during the breeding season and home to 90% of the UK’s rarest breeding seabird, the roseate terns. Paul Morrison and Hilary Brooker-Carey are lucky enough to work here amid the wildlife spectacle, monitoring the seabirds and protecting them from egg thieves.

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Funny Talking Tsessebes

Funny Talking Tsessebes

Our animal friends aren’t great at communicating about conservation and biodiversity. This funny animal film, with Alistair McGowan’s voiceover, is part of the IUCN’s Love not Loss campaign. Find out how to communicate better at http://www.iucn.org/cec #lovenotloss

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Un Salto de Vida (A Leap of Life)

Un Salto de Vida (A Leap of Life)

Created in collaboration with award winning documentary film-maker Eugenio Pogolvsky, “Un Salto de Vida” focuses on a family living in El Salto, a city on one of Mexico’s most heavily polluted rivers: the Rio Santiago.

The film follows Sofia, her mother Graciela and her father Enrique as they work with other members of their community to fight for environmental justice and an end to the toxic pollution being caused by industry.

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Funny Talking Racoon

Funny Talking Racoon

Our animal friends aren’t great at communicating about conservation and biodiversity. This funny animal film, with Alistair McGowan’s voiceover, is part of the IUCN’s Love not Loss campaign. Find out how to communicate better at http://www.iucn.org/cec #lovenotloss

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REDD+ in DRC – Local Action, Global Impact

REDD+ in DRC – Local Action, Global Impact

The Democratic Republic of Congo is actively engaged in preparing for REDD+ implementation. In this short video produced by WWF, Tosi Mpanu Mpanu, head of the government’s official agency on REDD+, CN-REDD, describes the nation’s commitment to REDD+ and needs to scale-up REDD+ in the country.

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Lessons in Sustainable Coffee Farming: The Nescafé Plan

Lessons in Sustainable Coffee Farming: The Nescafé Plan

The Rainforest Alliance and the world’s largest coffee company, Nescafé, team up to teach coffee farmers how to improve productivity, efficiency and long-term sustainability.

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REDD+ for People and Nature – Mai-Ndombe, DRC

REDD+ for People and Nature – Mai-Ndombe, DRC

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.

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Saving Special Places: North Kent Marshes

Saving Special Places: North Kent Marshes

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.

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Moshi Moshi’s QR code MSC sushi challenge

Moshi Moshi’s QR code MSC sushi challenge

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.

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Wind power for 9 million households in Eastern Europe by 2020

Wind power for 9 million households in Eastern Europe by 2020

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.

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