Conservation and environmental news: United Kingdom
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In the red for the rest of 2014: today we exceed nature’s budget
Humanity has exhausted its annual ecological budget in less than eight months, according to data from Global Footprint Network, an international sustainability think tank and WWF partner.For the rest ...
Last chance to enter film competition sponsored by WWF!
Are you a budding film-maker, bursting with creativity and a passion to tell the world what our amazing planet means to you – and why it needs protecting? Well, your idea could win you US$300 ...
Rhino translocation in South Africa
Team Panda RideLondon
Over 100 riders from Team Panda battled thunderstorms, torrential rain and floods to take part in this year’s Prudential RideLondon Surrey cycle event.Made up of a mix of WWF staff and supporters the ...
Lewis Pugh set to swim seven seas in next global campaign
WWF Ambassador Lewis Pugh, is to swim seven seas to put marine protected areas on the global agendaDuring August, renowned endurance swimmer - and WWF ambassador - Lewis Pugh, will be swimming with ...
Plans to build new runway ‘not rooted in real world’ say leading green groups
Leading environmental organisations are challenging the Airport Commission’s claim that it is possible to build a new runway and still meet the Government’s climate change targets.Two new reports ...
Thanks for your support – Together we’ll make sure this won’t be their #lastselfie!
Today, selfies are a worldwide phenomenon. And when we asked you to take action to make sure some incredible species wouldn’t disappear you didn’t disappoint! Many of you got involved to ...
WWF Green Ambassadors visit Highgrove
Schools who have won WWF Green Ambassadors awards were presented with their prizes today at Highgrove, the Gloucestershire home of WWF-UK's President, The Prince of Wales. The Green Ambassador scheme ...
Together we did it! – Virunga safe from immediate oil threat
After a year of ...
Bridging the GAP
Can collaboration really lead to more sustainably fished seas? Find out what the Spanish fishermen, scientists and government officials involved in GAP2 really think about working with one ...