Watch CEO’s of Unilever, O2, SKY, Google as well as Leo Johnson and Jonathon Porritt share latest insights on how businesses can drive us towards a more sustainable economy. View more videos and share your reactions at ‘Talking transformations’ – wwf.org.uk/talkingtransformations
In real life you don’t need to be a superhero to save the planet. Simple, small, every day actions can make a real difference.
A specially-commissioned animation featuring the voice of Stephen Merchant explaining, in simple terms, the state of our natural world, and our impacts on it. Part of the launch of the WWF Living Planet Report 2010.
A beautiful animation telling Mila’s story about how she’s helping to save tigers and raise the the issue of their plight as their natural habitat is being bulldozed to make way for palm oil. WWF has pledged by 2022 to help double the number of wild tigers (TX2), whose population today stands at only 3,200. Follow Mila on Twitter @milaredkani.
Day 4 of Cop15 and people are getting excited about Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize and the Small Island States.
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.
Reuters environment correspondent Alistair Doyle talks exclusively to WWF on the challenges of reporting the worlds biggest climate summit.
Human well-being is directly connected to the way we treat our planet’s natural resources. Deforestation, pollution, extinction, loss of biodiversity directly impact quality of living. Destroying nature makes life harder for all of us and even more for those who are already vulnerable.
Human energy lights up the Royal Albert Hall as 60 cyclists led by television presenter and WWF supporter Kirsty Gallacher helped power projections of protected species, including tigers, pandas and penquins onto the Royal Albert Hall.