A little girl’s trip to the aquarium turns into a nightmare as the reality of over-fishing strikes home.
Excerpt from NWF 2008 Annual Report – National Wildlife Federation partners with groups like Earth Friends Foundation to protect critical habitat on our public lands.
Watch the story of East and West Scotland’s white-tailed eagle reintroduction project unfold. Hear what the future holds for these magnificent birds of prey in Scotland and meet Project Officer, Claire Smith and Mull Officer, Dave Sexton, as they find out what happens when the East Scotland birds start to pair up and hopefully breed.
Holding over 1 in 8 of known plant species, the gardens at Kew in London are some of the most important in the world. But with some plants flowering months early due to climate change, what are the consequences for the future?
The Seeds for Life project is a collaboration between Kew Garden’s Millenium Seedbank Bank and five Kenyan institutes with the aim of enhancing conservation in the region and encouraging sustainable use of native plants.
CLIMATE TRACKERS is a European campaign to inform citizens about the effects of climate change on biodiversity, and to encourage them to reduce their impact on the climate.
My True Nature is WWF’s inspiring creative project for 7 to 16 year olds in the UK. We’re asking them to reflect on their personal connections with the natural world, and to capture and bring these experiences to life – on camera, in words, or through art, sound or movement. We’ll then select the best 50 artworks to be showcased at a special WWF 50th anniversary event in November, at which the winning young artists will be among our very special guests.
Circumpolar bears explores the lives of polar bears from around the world. They have survived 20 million years of evolution, but the next hundred years may bring their greatest challenge yet.
Green news from all over the world this week, including the launch of a new version of green.tv – in the South Pacific.
Only 400 Sumatran tigers exist in the wild. Their habitat is being threatened by bulldozers clearing the forests for palm oil. WWF conservationist Mila talks about her work and highlights the tiger’s plight.