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WWF Australia
yesterday at 20:45. Facebook
It's a staggering number. And it's not limited to the yuletide season. The amount of food wasted each year around the world is sufficient to feed 3 billion people. Or the equivalent of 8 billion reindeer if you'd prefer. Here's a few tips to help cut food waste this Xmas:

- Serve half-portions. It stops leftover food on the table spoiling.
- Only buy one kind of meat. A turkey and a ham? Or...
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WWF Australia
yesterday at 06:45. Facebook
Give the gift that keeps on giving! Redeem your Qantas Points for charity this Christmas and Qantas will double them. All you have to do is visit the Qantas Store via the link below, choose WWF and redeem your Qantas Points. Do all this by 21 December 2016 and they'll match your points: [ Wwfau.org Link ]
WWF Australia
12/06/2016 at 03:12. Facebook
We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude, so today on #InternationalVolunteerDay we would like to give thanks and acknowledge all the volunteers who have helped us over the past year. And to all the volunteers everywhere around the world who have offered even the smallest act of kindness - it's true, you really can change the world. No one is more cherished in...
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WWF Australia
12/05/2016 at 06:26. Facebook
The axing of the Green Army project would cut the federal environment budget by 10%.

We need to be investing more in our wildlife and special places, not slashing what little funding we already have.

Tony Abbott's Green Army gets its marching orders

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WWF Australia
12/05/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
#MondayMemory: Remember our relocated rock star rock wallabies? Well, they're doing great!

Earlier this year 23 black-flanked rock wallabies were translocated to Kalbarri National Park to bring the species back to the area after they were wiped out over 20 years ago.

Here’s an update on how they’re tracking in their new home:

[ Abc.net.au Link ]

Endangered rock wallabies make a comeback in WA

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WWF Australia
12/04/2016 at 20:45. Facebook
GOOD NEWS: What if we toad you the frog, only found on the eastern seaboard, is endangered in NSW and vulnerable nationwide. It was prevalent up until about 30 years ago when populations started to decline due to habitat loss or alteration, predation from introduced fish and a frog chytrid fungus. Ribbiting stuff?

Rare Green and golden bell frog rediscovered on NSW south coast

abc.net.au
WWF Australia
12/04/2016 at 05:45. Facebook
Our #EyesOnTheReef have spotted that 68% of people agree the #GreatBarrierReef should be declared a “national emergency” - that's the result of a research poll we commisioned with our Fight for the Reef partners, Australian Marine Conservation Society.

Two-thirds of Australians think reef crisis is 'national emergency' – poll

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WWF Australia
12/03/2016 at 20:45. Facebook
When we go high - they go low! There is a light at the end of the tunnel for New Zealand's blue-feathered korora, or little penguins - as a new purpose-built underpass opened this week in Oamaru to help them by-pass a notoriously busy road.

video © Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony
WWF Australia
12/03/2016 at 06:45. Facebook
We’ve got the bandi-scoop on the latest bandicoot news! Recently camera equipment used to monitor one of Victoria’s most endangered species, the Eastern Barred Bandicoot – was stolen when bandits broke into a 100 hectare fenced enclosure in the Hamilton Community Parklands in western Victoria.

We were happy to band together, and this week we announced funding for replacement cameras to help...
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WWF Australia
12/02/2016 at 20:45. Facebook
We put the call out – and they answered! Sydney’s best and brightest recently came together for 48 hours of ideating, designing and lots of coffee for our very first Designathon. In a marathon of thinking and design, the 65 participants tackled one of two big issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals: Clean Energy and Sustainable Food. Read more about our winners here: [ Wwfau.org Link ]
WWF Australia
12/02/2016 at 05:15. Facebook
Yesterday was the deadline for the Australian and Queensland governments to submit their Great Barrier Reef progress report to UNESCO - demonstrating they were on track to heal the Reef or risk being called up in front of the World Heritage Committee again in 2017.

Here's our response to that report. Australia is falling behind on key promises. We need to keep our #EyesOnTheReef.

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef report to UNESCO “not accurate”

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WWF Australia
12/02/2016 at 00:15. Facebook
The Queensland and Australian governments have failed to deliver on promises to UNESCO's World Heritage Committee.

Follow our #EyesOnTheReef campaign to see the work we are doing to protect the Reef - and stay tuned for our full analysis and response to the government’s report.

Barrier Reef at risk of winding up on UNESCO danger list

abc.net.au
And that’s a wrap! The SDGA2016 conference has come to an end.

Over the last two days an amazing alliance of business, civil society, government and academia came together for SDGA2016 to plan for how we can solve the biggest problems facing us as a society and a planet through the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. We looked at how the goals fit within an Australian context and what’s being...
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Today is the last day to add your voice to our #EyesOnTheReef Thunderclap!

Think of it as an 'online flashmob' - with your help our message will simultaneously explode across social media, sending a strong message to our governments that we won’t give up on protecting the iconic Great Barrier Reef.

Sign up now to donate a Facebook or Twitter post to the cause:

#EyesontheReef - WWF-Australia

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Only two days to go before our Great Barrier Reef Thunderclap 'explodes' letting the government know we have our #EyesOnTheReef!

It's not too late to save the Reef from coral bleaching.

Add your voice now:

#EyesontheReef - WWF-Australia

wwf.org.au
It's crunch time! Orange bellied parrots have been critically endangered for years. But it's became apparent in recent weeks that only a small number of birds had survived the species' regular winter migration from VIC, to Melaleuca in Tasmania's southwest.

There are 14 wild orange-bellied parrots left – this summer is our last chance to save them

theconversation.com
Polution is smothering the Great Barrier Reef and Australia is a long way behind its 2018 pollution reduction targets.

The good news is we still have time to turn things around but we need to act fast.

Let the government know we have our #EyesOnTheReef.

#EyesontheReef - WWF-Australia

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The section of Reef visited was about 1,000 kilometres south from where serious bleaching has occurred.

World Wildlife Fund's Richard Leck said Senator Hanson and One Nation appeared to be on a voyage of climate change denial.

"I suggest to the senators that they actually get to a place that did bleach," he said.

Pauline Hanson visits healthy reef to dispute effects of climate change

abc.net.au
Every once in a while, someone special does something noble for the natural world. Miguel Paradies was such a man. In April this year, Miguel passed away following a brave battle with cancer. He left behind loving family and friends, and an amazing gift to nature. In his Will, Miguel bequeathed his entire estate to us, for the protection of wildlife. His gift will have a profound effect on a...
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Coral bleaching is devastating the Great Barrier Reef and Australia isn't doing enough to tackle the problem.

That's according to our Reef Probation Report, which shows that more action needs to be taken on climate change (the cause of coral bleaching).

View the full report and add your voice to our #EyesOnTheReef Thunderclap: [ Wwfau.org Link ]