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Eating the Planet

Eating the Planet

Change the way you think about food, we are literally eating the planet. Today we use 1/3 of the planet’s surface to produce food, by 2050 we will need twice as much food. Today it takes one litre of water to create one calorie of food. What will it be in the future? Can we use less water and less fertilisers?

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The Last 130

The Last 130

WWF floated an 11 metre western gray whale down the River Thames this week, to highlight the plight faced by one of the world’s most endangered whales.

With as few as 130 whales, the western gray whale teeters on the edge of extinction. Their critical feeding ground off the coast of Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East, is now under threat. WWF is stepping in to try and help. You can help them too.

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Think About Your Laptop

Think About Your Laptop

It took 50,000 litres to make your laptop. Three square feet of rainforest was destroyed in the process. Ecosystems disappeared. Think about recycled materials. Think about the planet.

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Empty Planet

Empty Planet

With as few as 130 whales, the western gray whale teeters on the edge of extinction. Their critical feeding ground off the coast of Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East, is now under threat. WWF is stepping in to try and help. You can help them too.

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Mr Scruff and the Whale

Mr Scruff and the Whale

With as few as 130 whales, the western gray whale teeters on the edge of extinction. Their critical feeding ground off the coast of Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East, is now under threat. WWF, with help from Mr. Scruff, have stepped in to help them.

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On the Frontlines of Tiger Conservation

On the Frontlines of Tiger Conservation

Ramesh Thapa, Assistant Warden at Bardia National Park in Nepal, spends long days working to protect tigers and communities surrounding the park. Ramesh is one of many WWF partners on the frontlines working towards Zero Poaching of Tigers, an initiative to stop tiger killing and trading at its source.

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WWF – Our World is Brilliant

WWF – Our World is Brilliant

WWF’s Earth Hour is a simple idea that’s quickly turned into a global phenomenon. Hundreds of millions of people turning off their lights for one hour, on the same night, all across the planet. It’s about appreciating the brilliant world we all share — and how we need to protect it. Not just for an hour a year, but every day.

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WWF: The Runner

WWF: The Runner

A short film produced for the WWF’s 50th anniversary short film competition: “Life. Nature. You. Make the connection.”

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WWF Flying Rhinos

WWF Flying Rhinos

The WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project has established seven new populations and increased the black rhino range by 150,000 hectares in South Africa.

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TEDxWWF – James Alexander: Creativity versus climate change

TEDxWWF – James Alexander: Creativity versus climate change

What if creativity and smart marketing could be combined to help inspire people to lead a greener life? James will show us how it could be done.

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