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WWF
yesterday at 10:46. Facebook
Live with Marco Lambertini of WWF Director General and Sohara Mehroze Shachi talking about the problems of the planet.
WWF
yesterday at 06:45. Facebook
Our planet is at breaking point. But it’s not too late to save it

2016 was the hottest year on record and the Arctic warmed much faster than predicted.

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WWF
01/15/2017 at 13:19. Facebook
WWF warns: Without change of course, poor countries won’t be able to afford their fish by 2050 #FoodSecurity #FishForwardEU
WWF
01/12/2017 at 14:40. Facebook
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WWF
01/10/2017. Facebook
Agua, fuente de vida

Juntos podemos protegerla
WWF
01/06/2017. Facebook
A new year has just begun. Let your dreams take flight!

Get your free calendar today: [ Wwf.is Link ]
WWF
01/04/2017. Facebook
Decorate your smartphone with #WWFandDUGroup themed mobile calendar wallpapers on DU Group’s Facebook page, and show your support for our amazing environment → [ Goo.gl Link ]
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WWF
01/02/2017. Facebook
WWF and TRAFFIC welcomed the historic announcement that China will close down its domestic ivory trade by the end of 2017

China to ban domestic ivory trade by 2017

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WWF
12/31/2016. Facebook
Thumbs up to the New Year we are about to start!
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WWF
12/30/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.1 -Looking back at 2016, you have truly shown us the potential of what we can achieve when we work together - the true spirit of #togetherpossible :) As we head into the new year, tell us: what do you hope we can all achieve together in the future?
WWF
12/30/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.2 - From the establishment of Tun Mustapha Park, Malaysia’s largest marine park, to the Ross Sea off Antarctica, the world’s largest ocean protection plan, 2016 saw a wave of better marine protection for our planet!
WWF
12/29/2016. Facebook
A panda's daily diet consists almost entirely of the leaves, stems and shoots of various bamboo species.
Bamboo contains very little nutritional value so pandas must eat 12-38kg every day to meet their energy needs. Find out more about this special animal: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Photo: lovenature.com
WWF
12/28/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.3 - In 2016, we scored a BIG win for conservation, after decades of work to bring this iconic animal back from the brink! While it is an achievement to celebrate, here’s why they’re still vulnerable - [ Pand.as Link ]
WWF
12/28/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.4 - The movement to #ChangeClimateChange grows stronger every year, with #EarthHour 2016 taking place in a record-breaking 178 countries and territories!❤ Remember to save the date 25.03.2016 ;) [ Pand.as Link ]
WWF
12/28/2016. Facebook
WWF
12/27/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.5 - The Belize Barrier Reef system celebrated its 20th year as a #WorldHeritage site.

This year, when the reef came under threat from oil exploration, we asked you for help. Together, our efforts suspended the seismic testing, and we want to thank you once again for making this possible. [ Pand.as Link ]
WWF
12/26/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.6 - When it became a World Heritage site in 1982, Selous Game Reserve was home to one of the most significant concentrations of elephants, black rhinos, giraffes, hippos and crocodiles in Africa. But now, this area is under threat from rampant poaching and industrialization.

Stand with us to save this World Heritage Site in danger today - [ Pand.as Link ]
WWF
12/25/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.7 - Doñana National Park is under threat but this year, we made a step forward to save this #WorldHeritage Site.

Thank YOU for all the support you’ve shown - together, we can #SaveOurHeritage :) [ Pand.as Link ]
WWF
12/24/2016. Facebook
#Recap2016 no.8 - This year marked the halfway point of Tx2, the global goal to double the number of wild tigers. Thanks to the collective efforts of countries, conservationists, and the support of people across the world, tiger numbers have inched up for the first time in 100 years!
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WWF
12/24/2016. Facebook
Tigers have a reddish-orange coat with black stripes that vary in size, length and spacing from black to light brown. They are the only cat species to be completely striped. A tiger's stripe are not symmetrical but they are unique to each tiger. Find out how you can get involved [ Pand.as Link ]