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04/26/2017 at 19:37. Facebook
We want you to know that there’s hope and momentum when it comes to the fight against climate change—so does William Shatner!
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04/26/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
What do giant pandas and a stick of butter have in common? Believe it or not, a newborn panda and a stick of butter are around the same size! Disneynature's Born in China follows three animal families—the elusive snow leopard, the clever monkey, and the majestic panda—as they struggle to survive over the course of a year while embracing the challenge of raising their families.
What do giant pandas and a stick of butter have in common

What do pandas eat? And other giant panda facts

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Sai Sundar
Linda M. Fenstermaker
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World Wildlife Fund
yesterday at 17:19. Facebook
The clean energy revolution is here and together we can curb the worst effects of a changing climate.
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Ken Hauptli
Carl Olasiman Alcoy
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yesterday at 14:11. Facebook
Here’s a fact worth sharing: Nearly half of all Fortune 500 companies are working to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and use more renewable energy.
Heres a fact worth sharing Nearly half of all Fortune 500 companies

American companies surge ahead in the fight against climate change

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Eric Weeks
Marjut Partti
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yesterday at 00:24. Facebook
We’re engaging with millions of Americans, leading businesses, and government leaders to tackle climate change.
Were engaging with millions of Americans leading businesses and government leaders to

8 reasons for hope in the face of climate change

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Jancie Laine
Jaimeluisilagan Ilagan
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04/22/2017 at 16:53. Facebook
Dr. Rebecca Shaw is a leading voice for conservation and climate change action.
Dr Rebecca Shaw is a leading voice for conservation and climate change action

Meet WWF's Chief Scientist Dr. Rebecca Shaw

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Shelley Ross
Abhijit Bose
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04/22/2017 at 15:10. Facebook
Make every day #EarthDay!
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World Wildlife Fund
04/22/2017 at 12:36. Facebook
Happy Earth Day! In Disneynature's #BornInChina, moviegoers get to see China’s most iconic species up close. For every ticket sold opening week across North America, Disneynature will make a donation to WWF.
Happy Earth Day In Disneynatures BornInChina moviegoers get to see Chinas most

Protecting snow leopards and pandas with Disneynature's Born in China | Stories | WWF

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Ana Quiroz
Joshua Fahrney
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World Wildlife Fund
04/20/2017 at 15:15. Facebook
WWF, with support from Apple, is helping China—the world’s largest producer and consumer of paper products—reduce its environmental footprint by producing paper products from responsibly managed forests within its own borders. To date, more than 770,000 acres of forest land in China are on the road to FSC certification or improved forest management—putting us within close reach of the project...
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Darrell Reeves
Paula Guidi Diamante
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04/19/2017 at 01:32. Facebook
Did you know today is World Heritage Day? Take a look at some of the beautiful sites we’re working to save.
Did you know today is World Heritage Day Take a look at

Working together to save World Heritage Sites

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Susie Silook
Ana Quiroz
Eduardo Lopez
New report: World Heritage sites are especially vulnerable to illegal harvesting of species listed by CITES. #WorldHeritageDay
New report World Heritage sites are especially vulnerable to illegal harvesting of

World Heritage sites, strongholds for tiger and African elephant populations, endangered by illegal harvesting of species

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Vicki Perizzolo
Christine Aspinall
Galib Choudhury
Whales are awe-inspiring and often elusive creatures. Their distribution and critical feeding areas are currently poorly understood, and as climate change and krill fishing increase, our time to learn more about these giant mammals is running out. However, with the help of Dr. Ari Friedlaender, a whale ecologist and National Geographic Explorer, WWF is using whale tagging to discover a wealth...
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Whales are aweinspiring and often elusive creatures Their distribution and criti

A day in the life of a whale

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Eduardo Lopez
Alan Common
Yep. You’re currently experiencing the ocean from a whale’s perspective.

With the help of WWF, scientists are using non-invasive digital tags with suction cups to monitor the behavior and movements of whales. The tags remain on the whales for 24 to 48 hours before being taken off and reused. Whale tags have allowed scientists to discover where, when and how they are feeding in the Antarctic...
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Arlene Thomas
Paula Mickevich
Do you know what a pangolin is? Though many think of them as reptiles, pangolins are actually mammals. They are the only mammals wholly-covered in scales and they use those scales to protect themselves from predators in the wild. If under threat, a pangolin will immediately curl into a tight ball and will use their sharp-scaled tails to defend themselves. They are one of the most trafficked...
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Do you know what a pangolin is Though many think of them
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As their name implies, mountain gorillas live in forests high in the mountains, at elevations of 8,000 to 13,000 feet. They have thicker fur, and more of it, compared to other great apes. The fur helps them to survive in a habitat where temperatures often drop below freezing.
As their name implies mountain gorillas live in forests high in the
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Anne Swan
Cheri Henderson
Snow leopards are solitary and elusive creatures. Since it’s so rare to see two snow leopards together, there is actually no term for a group of snow leopards. In the upcoming Disneynature movie, #BornInChina, snow leopards are viewed in the wild like never before.
Snow leopards are solitary and elusive creatures Since its so rare to

Where do snow leopards live? And nine other snow leopard facts

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Tatya Solomon Dalausi
Here’s one way we’re working with our partners in Nepal to increase the country’s rhino population.
Heres one way were working with our partners in Nepal to increase

Greater one-horned rhino moved to new home in Nepal

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Dawn LaClare Sandin
Ella Azoulay
Yahaira Gomez
Can you guess the color of a polar bear’s tongue? Do you know the estimated tiger population in the wild? Test your animal knowledge by taking our quizzes.
Can you guess the color of a polar bears tongue Do you

Animal Trivia Games

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Ella Azoulay
Christine Aspinall
Eduardo Lopez
We sat down with six of our WWF Panda Ambassadors to learn why they stand up for wildlife and wild places, what they’d like to see from United States leadership, and how they spread their passion for conservation. You can listen to their stories here:
We sat down with six of our WWF Panda Ambassadors to learn

Your Voice Matters: WWF Activists on Why They Speak Up for the Planet

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Ella Azoulay
Chris Thomas
Betty Jean Goller
"When we act together, our momentum cannot be stopped: the businesses employing 3.3 million Americans working in the clean energy economy; the mayors building the climate-smart communities of the future; the universities inventing technologies that will power this new world. And you. Awake and ready to lead."
When we act together our momentum cannot be stopped the businesses employing

New Leadership on Climate Change

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Ella Azoulay
Elizabeth Houser
Susie Silook