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Did you miss this news? New research predicts that all coral reefs will experience annual bleaching by the end of this century, and tells us which ones are likely to feel the impacts of climate change first.

A new way to predict and prevent the end of coral reefs

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World Wildlife Fund
01/15/2017 at 21:59. Facebook
Mangrove trees have an amazing capacity to store carbon. In the fight against climate change, they may be one of nature's best defenses.

Mangroves may be one of nature's best defenses against a changing climate

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01/12/2017 at 19:36. Facebook
Polar bears rely on sea ice for hunting, resting and raising their young.

This Is Our Last Chance To Save Polar Bears From Extinction

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01/11/2017 at 23:16. Facebook
Good news: With an eye on the bottom line and the planet, US companies call for accelerated climate action.

630 companies and investors tell Washington: Continue to act on climate change

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Hundreds of companies are calling for an energy-efficient US economy, powered by clean, renewable energy. They are pledging to do their part to create a #LowCarbonUSA and encouraging Washington to do the same. Learn more: [ Lowcarbonusa.org Link ]
New research predicts that all coral reefs will experience annual bleaching by the end of this century, and tells us which ones are likely to feel the impacts of climate change first.

A new way to predict and prevent the end of coral reefs

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#AppsforEarth was one of the biggest highlights of 2016 for all of us pandas at WWF! Thank you for helping to raise money for our critical conservation work.

App Store shatters records on New Year’s Day

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"China's announcement is a game changer for elephant conservation." - WWF's Carter Roberts

China commits to ivory ban by end of 2017

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The Amur leopard, also known as the Far East leopard, is the world’s rarest big cat.

How fast are Amur leopards? And 9 other Amur leopard facts

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Happy New Year! Let’s make 2017 the year of conservation!
Game-changing news for elephants! China will end its domestic ivory trade by December 2017. The new regulations come as part of the government’s efforts to reduce demand for elephant ivory and help end the global elephant poaching crisis.

China will ban ivory trade by 2017

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Do you know why it’s important to look for the FSC label on products? It means the product was created with materials from a responsibly-managed forest!

Why the FSC Label Matters to Wildlife—and All of Us | Stories | WWF

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Did you know that narwhals change color as they age? Newborns are a blue-gray, juveniles are blue-black and adults are a mottled gray. Old narwhals are nearly all white. Learn more about the unicorn of the sea: [ Wwf.to Link ]
A snow leopard with four cubs was caught on camera in Mongolia. Scientists have observed snow leopards with one cub, twins, or triplets in the region from 2011-2016. This is the first time observers have spotted quadruplets. WWF works in Asia's high mountain landscapes and communities to promote conservation of snow leopards and their habitat. The USAID-funded project also focuses on improving...
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Actor Nicholas Hoult and his friends are taking part in the Rickshaw Run to raise money for WWF and Teenage Cancer Trust. Recently he joined WWF in Nepal to learn more about our conservation efforts to protect greater one-horned rhinos.

Nicholas Hoult joins WWF in Nepal to learn about rhino conservation

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Just one week after scientists warned of unprecedented change brought on by warming in the Arctic, President Obama announced permanent protection for 115 million acres of federal waters in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas. Including previous presidential withdrawals, this action protects nearly 125 million acres in the offshore Arctic from future oil and gas activity.

US permanently protects some of the Arctic’s most important marine areas

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BREAKING: President Obama has permanently protected critical parts of America’s Arctic from the risks of offshore drilling! “This is a remarkable moment of US-Canadian leadership in protecting our shared resources. After years of engagement in the Arctic, President Obama has secured more than 115 million acres of ocean in one of the most magnificent regions on Earth – home to the culture and...
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9 amphibians, 11 fish, 14 reptiles, 126 plants and 3 mammals make up the 2015 discoveries in the Greater Mekong Region!

Rainbow-headed snake, dragon-like lizard among 163 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong

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The Arctic’s future is our future… and we must do our part to take care of it.

The Planet’s Air Conditioner Needs a Fix

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"We are witnessing changes in the Arctic that will impact generations to come." – WWF’s Margaret Williams.

Report warns of unprecedented struggles in a warming Arctic

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