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Hi nature lovers!
Did you know that only 1% of our planet’s high seas are currently protected, yet these areas are full of unique life?
Traversed by whales, sharks, turtles, tuna and albatross and home to mysterious deep-sea creatures, these are the true wilds of our planet.
Check out the video above to find out more!
Hi nature lovers!
Do you want to hear an amazing wildlife recovery story?
We’re now seeing whale spectacles that wouldn’t have been possible just a few decades ago thanks to global conservation efforts!
We think our natural world needs more of this commitment to nature, agree?
Hi Naute lovers!
Today we’re celebrating the vital work that women around the world are doing in the name of wildlife conservation.
Did you know that 1/4 Women go to work in Mahila Jagaran Community Forest which is run solely by women in the Karnali corridor, Nepal?
Did you know that 1/4 women go to work in Mahila Jagaran Community Forest which is run solely by women in the Karnali corridor, Nepal?
Are you ready for another amazing story? We thought so!
Rosa Alaneque owns the plot of land on which the Nacoma Farmer Field School operates, Nampula province, Mozambique. Part of the CARE-WWF Alliance, farms like hers teach climate-smart agriculture to improve soils, water absorption and yields.
Singye Wangmo is a Tiger Protector. She spends her days protecting the tigers of Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan, from poachers.
Women harvest acropora corals to produce lime for betel nut chewing. M'buke Islands,Papua New Guinea. In M’Buke, the village chief, elders, environmental conservation core group and the women coral collectors have collaborated on when and where #corals can be harvested.
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Hey nature lovers!
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As climate breakdown disrupts pollination, freshwater and coastal habitats as many as five billion people could face hunger and a lack of clean water by 2050.
The message is clear: as nature suffers, we suffer. It’s not about preparing people for the disasters that are forecast, it’s about using our Voice For The Planet to make a difference before tragedy strikes.
Add your voice here: panda.org/voice
How stunning is this incredible footage of humpback whales bubble net feeding?
They create bubble nets to trap krill.
Humpbacks were driven to the edge of extinction by commercial whaling in the early 20th century, but an international ban has seen their numbers recover by more than 90%.
The most biodiverse savannah in the world is currently being destroyed for food production. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
By rehabilitating existing farmland, we can ensure that we don’t lose anymore of the precious Cerrado and can still continue to feed our planet.
Watch the video to find out how #ShareOurPlanet
Hi nature lovers!
Did you know, the most important global summit for the climate crisis is currently taking place in Madrid. Our leaders need to deliver ambitious plans if we are to protect biodiversity and halt climate change.
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