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The themed links to WWF Media Albums below offer selections of images for you to use in illustrating your articles and stories. There are five sections:

You can download the images and visuals directly from within each WWF Media Album in whatever resolution you need, free of charge. All we ask is in return is two things:

       1.  That you please "Vote Earth"
       2.  That you acknowledge & accept our Terms & Condition of use for the images (see  left)

Media Picture Contacts

Emily Geer
WWF International
email:   egeer@wwfint.org
mobile: +41 79 3307162
 
Ian Morrison
WWF International
email:   imorrison@wwfint.org
mobile: +41 79 8746853

At COP15

 / ©: WWF-Canon / Richard Stonehouse
Mass 'Climate Shame' demonstration outside the Klimaforum temporary building, where all NGO's set up a new base after being denied further access to the Bella Centre. Hundreds of protesting people hold cut-out masks with the faces of the world leaders up to protest about the shame that should be felt, if a fair, full and binding agreement is not reached at the summit. Onkel Dannys Plads, COP 15, United Nations Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
© WWF-Canon / Richard Stonehouse
Events and WWF activities at and around COP15:
7 - 19 December 2009

Two weeks of COP15 in a glimpse
(Top 100 pictures)



The Events, Day-by-Day...

Friday, 18 December (Day12)
Thursday, 17 December (Day11)
Wednesday, 16 December (Day10)
Tuesday, 15 December (Day 9) Monday, 14 December (Day 8) Sunday, 13 December (Day 7) Saturday, 12 December (Day 6) Friday, 11 December (Day 5) Thursday, 10 December (Day 4) Wednesday, 9 December (Day 3) Tuesday, 8 December (Day 2) Monday, 7 December (Day 1) Sunday, 6 December Saturday, 5 December
Before Copenhagen...

What is it like? Inside & Outside the Events...

 / ©: Katrine Clante / www.BiggerPicture.dk
Keeping the overall global warming below 2 degrees Celsius danger threshold.
© Katrine Clante / www.BiggerPicture.dk

 / ©: WWF-Canon / Richard Stonehouse
Lone delegate working in the Karen Blixen overflow plenary room, COP 15, UN Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
© WWF-Canon / Richard Stonehouse

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300 volunteers expanding the outlet channel of a glacier lake, Bhutan.
© Tashi Tshering/WWF Bhutan

Climate Change Stories

Climate change is affecting many people and the environment around the world. Its not an abstract concept discussed in Copenhagen, but it is about us & our future!

Climate Change In General

 / ©: WWF-Canon / Wim VAN PASSEL
Drifting ice in the Arctic.
© WWF-Canon / Wim VAN PASSEL
From melting polar ice caps to melting glaciers at the World's highest peaks; from polar bears to wind turbines; from coral bleaching to air travel; and from catastrophic storms & weather events to low energy lightbulbs, Climate Change now affects habitats, species, and the way we live all over the World.


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Bigger Picture Visual Explanations

 / ©: www.BiggerPicture.dk/Kees Smits / WWF
Everyone, rich and poor, black and white, northern or southern, wants a climate deal in Copenhagen. It is not a pile of papers but the future of all of us and next generations that is at stake in Copenhagen.
© www.BiggerPicture.dk/Kees Smits / WWF
WWF has partnered with BiggerPicture.dk, who are helping depict the complex negotiations in simple and easy to understand illustrations.




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WWF Personalities & Spokespersons

 / ©: WWF-Canon / Ezequiel Scagnetti
WWF International Director General discusses the global ecological footprint at the launch of the 2006 Living Planet Report. Beijing, China.
© WWF-Canon / Ezequiel Scagnetti
WWF has experts and spokespersons active on climate change and at COP15.



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  • Terms & Conditions


    All images offered for media use are protected by international copyright law with rights reserved and are subject to the following conditions of use:

    • Images may only be used in the context of WWF
      i.e. images can only be used if closely accompanied by text that explicity refers to WWF, its work, or its policy. 
      NB
      : The mandatory photo credit is not in itself enough to provide the required reference to WWF!
    • Individual photo credits are mandatory & must closely accompany every image published
      Credit & caption information is embeded in IPTC ('file info') within each image file or you may download information in a separate text file.
    • Direct links or URLs to WWF Media Albums must be not published under any circumstances.
    • Rights for any other subsequent use of images are witheld subject to re-approval by WWF International
    For further information please refer to the 'Terms of Use' provided within each WWF Media Album.

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