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Aviation must do its fair share in cutting carbon emissions says WWF

12 February 2016

This week, the UN’s International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) met to discuss how to cut greenhouse gas emissions from flying. The meeting in Montreal is the first to discuss aviation emissions since ambitious global climate change goals were set by the Paris Agreement in December.
Read Aviation must do its fair share in cutting carbon emissions says WWF

Major ivory trafficking network broken up in DRC

11 February 2016

In a significant blow to the illegal ivory trade in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the authorities have dismantled a major ivory trafficking syndicate thanks to a law enforcement programme supported by WWF and local partners.

Read Major ivory trafficking network broken up in DRC

BMF joins with WWF for a sustainable future

08 February 2016

 The Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) is joining with WWF’s Global Forest and Trade Network in the UK (GFTN-UK) to promote responsible forest trade throughout the merchant supply chain. 

Read BMF joins with WWF for a sustainable future

Raymond Blanc OBE dines with a panda ahead of Earth Hour

Raymond Blanc sparks ‘pandamonium’ in race to book Earth Hour dinner

03 February 2016

To kick-start the world’s biggest celebration of our planet, Raymond Blanc OBE is spotted dining by candlelight with a WWF panda in his Brasserie Blanc restaurant to help inspire the nation to dine in the dark this Earth Hour. Read Raymond Blanc sparks ‘pandamonium’ in race to book Earth Hour dinner

Can you help save the world? Enter WWF’s Eco Challenge today

26 January 2016

Winners will be awarded £500 each and an exclusive invitation Read Can you help save the world? Enter WWF’s Eco Challenge today

Rhino, South Africa

South Africa stabilizes rhino poaching as threat spreads across the region

21 January 2016

CAPE TOWN, 21st January 2016 – South Africa today announced its first decrease in rhino poaching since 2007, but this slight improvement was offset by an alarming increase in the number of rhinos still being killed and also the significant increase seen across neighbouring countries.
Read South Africa stabilizes rhino poaching as threat spreads across the region

Raymond Blanc is support Earth Hour 2016

Six top tips for a diet that’s healthy for you and the planet

19 January 2016

With just 60 days until Earth Hour, WWF enlists the help of top chefs to inspire the nation to eat more sustainably Read Six top tips for a diet that’s healthy for you and the planet

CITES calls for urgent action to maintain pressure on illegal ivory and rhino horn trade

18 January 2016

Gland, 15 January – With thousands of elephants and rhinos poached each year, the Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES) concluded its 66th meeting in Geneva today by demanding urgent action from some key countries to help stem the illegal rhino horn and ivory trade – and urging trade sanctions against three states implicated in this trade.
Read CITES calls for urgent action to maintain pressure on illegal ivory and rhino horn trade

River Itchen, chalkstream.

UK Government takes step in the right direction for hard-pressed rivers - but warm words must be turned into action say campaigners

15 January 2016

Today, WWF-UK, The Angling Trust and RSPB welcomed confirmation that Government will reform the water abstraction licence regime, the national system that approves water being taken out of the environment for use by the public, businesses and farms.   Read UK Government takes step in the right direction for hard-pressed rivers - but warm words must be turned into action say campaigners

Hong Kong government signals end to domestic ivory trade

13 January 2016

Hong Kong, 13 January – Following a major anti-ivory campaign by WWF-Hong Kong, the city’s Chief Executive, C Y Leung, announced today that the government is actively exploring phasing out the domestic ivory trade.

The government is also set to strengthen efforts to tackle the illegal ivory trade.
Read Hong Kong government signals end to domestic ivory trade

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