For some 20 years, WWF has been exploring and protecting the Coral Triangle – moulding policies to ensure sound environmental management, raising awareness, sharing skills for better stewardship of marine resources.
WWF Head of Delegation Kim Carstensen reflects on a disappointing outcome.
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.
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.
Ever wondered to yourself ‘What can I do…?’ You’re not alone! We all have more power than we think – especially if we act together. Your actions can make all the difference – you could be the decisive link in a chain that has impacts across the world.
When it comes to tackling climate change, words are not enough – it’s action that’s needed.
Take a look at our 60 second film to discover how you’re connected to this beautiful Brazilian savannah and what you can do to help save it.
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.