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That’s a wrap! Another fruitful science symposium in the books for #WWFfuller. @niksekhran closes: “We live on a blue planet, we need blue solutions.”
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Rosamond Naylor closes out the day by reminding us that aquatic foods must be at the heart of food system decision-making. @FoodSecurity_SU @StanfordWoods @BlueFoodFutures #wwffuller Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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TrazApp is a mobile app that serves as a traceability solution and tracks a seafood product from "bait to plate." Find out how it is helping Peruvian fisheries ensure sustainable livelihoods. worldwildlife.org/stories/how-a-…
Johan Bergenas kicks off the third and final session of #WWFfuller which focuses on food & marine systems. Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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Ling Cao of @sjtu1896 brings us up to speed on the aquatic food revolution in China. #WWFfuller Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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Melissa Ho kicks off the second session of the day on food & aquaculture systems. “Aquaculture is the fastest-growing animal product sector in the world.” #WWFfuller Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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It’s time for these great freshwater food thinkers to discuss the future of aquatic foods. @fadeclerck of @EATforum moderates. #WWFfuller Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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Abigail Lynch of @usgs_climate shares how small global actions can have big impacts on local food from inland fisheries. #WWFfuller Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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Healthy rivers are central to feeding the world. @jjopperman discusses a new report which finds that 1/3rd of global food production depends on rivers - from irrigation to fisheries to deltas & flood recession agriculture. #WWFfuller worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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.@trinidad1949 of @WorldFishCenter gives us an overview of how we can unleash the potential of aquatic foods to better nourish people and the planet. #WWFfuller Tune in here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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And we’re LIVE – tune in to the #wwffuller livestream today as leading experts explore the potential of aquatic foods to help end malnutrition & support sustainable food systems: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021 Spanish and French listening options are available! @Carter_Roberts
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Starting soon! Tune into the #WWFFuller Symposium live stream at 10am ET today: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021 Join the conversation and follow us as we live-tweet the event using #WWFFuller.
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TOMORROW: Join us live for the #WWFFuller Symposium to hear scientists discuss the potential of aquatic foods to help end malnutrition and support sustainable food systems. Register here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
On Monday 10/25, @World_Wildlife is hosting a virtual convening to discuss how our food system can be transformed into a solution for the climate crisis. Hear from a diverse panel of leaders on what solutions are available and how we can take action. wwf.to/2YVjeiP
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TOMORROW: Join the #WWFfuller Symposium livestream where scientists will explore the potential of aquatic foods to nourish people and the planet. Register here: worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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Around the world, or even across the street, everyone’s diet looks different. It depends on our bodies, budgets, cultures, geography, and what’s available or accessible. This #WorldFoodDay, learn five ways you can eat for the planet. worldwildlife.org/stories/eating…
Mississippi Center for Justice President & CEO Vangela Wade discusses the new @HeirsProperty & @justice4ms Mobile Basin Heirs’ Property Support Initiative: “We will help heirs’ property owners keep, protect, and utilize their land for generations to come.” worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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Latin America’s forests are home to a diverse array of wildlife, from the mighty jaguar to the beautiful monarch butterfly. To help educate the world on this incredible place, WWF worked with @Koati_Official on the conservation messaging for the film. wwf.to/3mVVJyf
WWF launched two fellowships today to support science and build conservation capacity in the world’s most biodiverse regions. Learn how to apply below and share within your networks! worldwildlife.org/projects/russe…
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Today, a new initiative has been launched to help heirs’ property family forest owners. We’re proud to support @justice4ms and @HeirsProperty in this work. wwf.to/3aDovxW
Dr. Jennie L. Stephens, CEO of the Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation™, discusses the new @HeirsProperty & @justice4ms Mobile Basin Heirs’ Property Support Initiative, including the biggest misconceptions of the issue and what gives her hope. worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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Food, freshwater and fishery scientists join us to answer your #AskAScientist questions on aquatic foods. Ryan from NY asks Alison Cross: How can we tell if fish in the grocery store is sustainable? If it says farmed, is it sustainable? Surely not all farmed fisheries are equal.
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Happening right now: We're joining @justice4ms and @HeirsProperty to discuss the challenges of heirs’ property and how landowners can preserve their property and protect forests. wwf.to/3v6sc8G
Tomorrow at 11 am EST: @justice4ms and @HeirsProperty will discuss the challenges of #HeirsProperty. The event, supported by @World_Wildlife and @KCCorp, will examine how landowners can preserve their property and protect forests. (3/3) wwf.to/3v6sc8G
For generations, Black Americans have involuntarily lost forestland to developers due to issues with heirs’ property. (2/3)
Do you know the leading cause of involuntary land loss for Black Americans that also affects our forests? It’s #heirsproperty, land passed down informally through generations. (1/3)
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Four members of the Oglala Lakota Nation share, through their own words and images, stories from their lives. wwf.to/3iDQuBW
Did you know that WWF worked with @Koati_Official on the conservation science and message for the animated movie? The film’s message is an important one: together we can save nature, and in turn, we will discover that nature will save us.
Throughout her career, Gabby Ahmadia has worked to protect coastal ecosystems by learning and building knowledge. But she’s also identified another critical aspect of protecting these marine areas: working with people that are dependent on oceans. worldwildlife.org/stories/commun…
Submit your questions here: worldwildlife.org/pages/ask-a-sc… Ask leading scientists how fish, algae and aquatic plants can help end malnutrition and build resilient food systems. On October 19, tune into the #WWFfuller Symposium where we'll dive into the science behind aquatic foods.
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On October 14, @justice4ms and @HeirsProperty will discuss the challenges of #HeirsProperty. The event, supported by @World_Wildlife and @KCCorp, will examine how landowners can preserve their property. Join us on 10/14 and register now to attend: wwf.to/3kX8sRn
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Four members of the Oglala Lakota Nation share, through their own words and images, stories from their lives. wwf.to/3iDQuBW
WWF’s Irma Larrea discusses her Hispanic heritage and conservation. wwf.to/3mpiYk0
Aquatic foods–fish, invertebrates, algae & aquatic plants–play a central role in food security for billions of people. Join this year's #WWFfuller Symposium as we explore the potential of rivers & reefs to support healthy, nature-positive food systems. worldwildlife.org/fuller2021
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Today, the School Food Recovery Act was introduced to support food waste reduction programs in schools. Read WWF's statement. worldwildlife.org/press-releases…
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#ICYMI Scientists examined gender and geographic representation in coral reef science over the past 16 years. Authors that are women and authors from economically disadvantaged countries are still vastly underrepresented. Read more from @ourdailyplanet: ourdailyplanet.com/story/coral-re…
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Did you know WWF’s fall membership drive is happening right now?! 🕒 There’s never been a better time to protect the environment. Join WWF today and commit to creating a world where people and nature can thrive.wwf.to/3F9drXop
Teachers: Tune in live to Conservation in the Classroom at 1 pm EDT as WWF’s Alex Nichols-Vinueza and Julia Borland chat with students about food waste and its impact on the planet. wwf.to/3m9yoZv
As wolf populations rebound in Europe, countries have an opportunity to implement strategies that help wildlife and humans live together. wwf.to/2Y9ZCqQ
Schools in the US waste around 530,000 tons of food per year. Measuring and minimizing food waste in schools can reduce costs and GHG emissions, while providing an enriching experience for students to learn about the food system and its impacts. #FLWDay worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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NEW STUDY: Representation of women in coral reef science has increased over the past 16 yrs from 18% to 33%, but women are still vastly underrepresented. Diverse perspectives are necessary to save coral reefs, one of the most vulnerable marine ecosystems. wwf.to/3AQJJDX
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Today's news from U.S. Fish & Wildlife, that 23 birds, fish and other species are now extinct, is yet another glaring warning sign that our planet is under serious distress. Read WWF's statement. worldwildlife.org/press-releases…
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Everything we eat has some impact on the planet – and the animals with whom we share it. What’s one way to build a more sustainable food system? Understanding how our diets affect wildlife worldwide. wwf.to/3AU5t1B
💻💵 What's being done to en#illegalwildlifetradede online? We've pulled some mighty impressive stats on what the Coalition has achieved since 2018. There's still much to be done, but we continue to scale up @ifawglobala@World_Wildlifefe ➡bit.ly/3zKYmXTFAm
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Tech companies in the Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online blocked 11.6M transactions for endangered wildlife online. Listings included live tigers, reptiles, primates & birds & products from species like elephants, pangolins and marine turtles. worldwildlife.org/press-releases…
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⏳ The UN Climate Change Conference s is a month away and one thing is clear: This is the moment to act. World leaders must come together to deliver on the promises of the Paris Agreement. wwf.to/3tWvGtI
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