A growing number of people around the UK are recognising the need to change their lifestyles – to use fewer resources and create less waste. This is the first of a series of films showing how some motivated people from West Dorset are bringing their communities together and inspiring others to recycle, use fewer resources and use alternative sources of power and building materials.
It’s the World Cup but let’s not forget the planet. This film from WWF feature’s Portugal’s top football team Benfica and their beloved mascot, Victory the Eagle, and highlights the threats to endangered species.
Civil society groups, NGOs and activists watch in disbelief as the COP fails to agree on a strong deal.
WWF’s head of delegation thinks today’s distractions will not alter the course of negotiations.
President Mohammed Nasheed of the Maldives makes an impassioned plea to negotiators in Copenhagen.
Regulated, sustainable palm oil production which does not threaten primary forest and provides fair working conditions for growers has been developed by WWF and RSPO.
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.