Posts tagged WWF
10:41 am - Tue, Sep 30, 2014
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Just uploaded 10 new photo(s) on Flickr. http://ift.tt/PE0iEU

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We are all connected. Find out how at http://wwf.panda.org RID 3891

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http://ift.tt/1uYo18b Marco Lambertini, Director General, WWF International, discussing the findings of the 2014 Living Planet Report. Q: In light of the 2014 WWF Living Planet Report, how unsustainable are our lifestyles and what are the impacts on poverty? Q: Do you have a sense of hope for the future? Q: What is WWF’s role in bringing about a more sustainable future? Q: How can we bring about positive change to address the biggest global challenges? RID 3881

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We are all connected. Find out how at http://wwf.panda.org RID 3890

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http://ift.tt/1uYo18b Living Planet Report case study on the Great Barrier Reef. RID 3880

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http://ift.tt/1uYo18b Living Planet Report case study on the Great Barrier Reef. Local sugarcane farmer, Gerry Deguara, talks about his work and connection with the Great Barrier Reef, Mackay, Queensland, Australia. RID 3879

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http://ift.tt/1uYo18b Kookie Habtegaber, Green Economies Lead, WWF International, discussing green economy. In conjunction with 2014 Living Planet Report release. Q: WWF is a conservation organization. Should it be talking about economics? Q: What do you mean by “green economy”? Q: Businesses understand capital, but do they understand natural capital? Q: What should a CEO take away from the Living Planet Report? Q: What’s the economic argument for conservation? RID 3872

5:07 am - Fri, Sep 26, 2014
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September 21st, more than 400 000 people turned out in New York and for solidary marches in 160 countries. In response to this, Samantha Smith, head of the WWF’s Global Climate and Energy Initiative, issued a statement to world leaders gathering for the UN Climate Summit September, 23 : “Your turn”. For more info: http://ift.tt/1ri2k56

5:58 pm - Fri, Sep 19, 2014
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Just uploaded 1 new photo(s) on Flickr. http://ift.tt/PE0iEU

Just uploaded 1 new photo(s) on Flickr. http://ift.tt/PE0iEU

9:48 am - Mon, Sep 15, 2014
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The footage shows a Giant Panda doing a handstand and urinating. At the same time the panda kicks the tree with his left foot. According to Panda experts, by urinating on the tree the panda is marking his territory to attract female pandas. © Anzihe Nature Reserve RID 3878

7:45 pm - Fri, Sep 12, 2014
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Just uploaded 1 new photo(s) on Flickr. http://ift.tt/PE0iEU

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Say no to coal in Palawan. Say yes to renewable energy investments around the world. http://ift.tt/1lqlpMI Palawan, situated at the heart of the coral triangle, has been deemed an icon under threat from fossil fuel’s due to the planned construction of a coal fired power plant on the island. With the current plan being opposed by numerous groups, WWF lends its voice to the people opposing this dirty, expensive fossil fuel option to support the cause that we can have 100% clean, cheaper, renewable energy for all. RID 3871

3:57 pm - Fri, Sep 5, 2014
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Just uploaded 1 new photo(s) on Flickr. http://ift.tt/PE0iEU

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4:09 am - Wed, Sep 3, 2014
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You can help save polar bears: http://bit.ly/Z5ngAG Gert Polet and Geoff York of WWF demonstrate the processing of the samples collected from polar bear footprints. For the first time, scientists working in partnership with WWF have isolated polar bear DNA from a track left in the snow. This method could make polar bear monitoring much less expensive in the future. Follow the story: http://ift.tt/1uwHxIX RID 3868

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You can help save polar bears: http://bit.ly/Z5ngAG Gert Polet of WWF shows how DNA samples are collected from polar bear footprints for processing. For the first time, scientists working in partnership with WWF have isolated polar bear DNA from a track left in the snow. This method could make polar bear monitoring much less expensive in the future. Follow the story: http://ift.tt/1uwHxIX RID 3867

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