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Many endangered animals have some very relatable habits: 🐼 pandas snack all day 🐘 Asian elephants are social butterflies 🐢 sea turtles are globetrotting travelers. Learn about more endangered species and their traits herwwf.to/3ltwBORfHiI
Today is #EndangeredSpeciesDay. At WWF, we talk a lot about ‘endangered species,' but what does that mean, exactly? Get the facts: wwf.to/38B57US.
WWF and @Dreamworks are teaming up to raise awareness about the plight of wildlife featured in the new film #TheBadGuys. Learn more and symbolically adopt your favorite “bad guy”: wwf.to/3NrwMWQ.
Mangroves are amazing. Not only can they store vast amounts of carbon in their soil, which helps fight the climate crisis, but they also provide habitat for many species and are crucial to the livelihoods of coastal communities around the world.
Let's talk about red pandas! Submit your #AskAScientist questions here: worldwildlife.org/pages/ask-a-sc… @SonamTaC, red panda conservationist & 2022 @WhitleyAwards winner, joins us from @RedPandaNetwork. Ask him about protecting red pandas in Nepal!
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At UNCCD last week, WWF and partners worked to elevate the importance of food systems transformation to address interlinked agendas of Biodiversity, Climate Change and Desertification enb.iisd.org/rio-convention…
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To strengthen the capacity of leaders from @aidesep_org, Peru’s national Indigenous federation, to govern, defend their rights, plan land use, & design programs, @USAID & @WWF_Peru helped launch the School of Indigenous Governance and Amazon Development. climatelinks.org/blog/first-sch…
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Protecting mangroves helps improve livelihoods, keep carbon in the ground, and safeguard coastal communities against the ravages of severe storms. We’re energized to partner with @BezosEarthFund to advance this work in Colombia and around the world. twitter.com/BezosEarthFund…
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Mangroves play a pivotal role in protecting ecosystems and the planet. They act as a natural solution to climate change, nurture biodiversity, shield coastlines, and support local livelihoods. We are working with @World_Wildlife and others to protect this natural powerhouse.
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“[T]here is no pathway to averting catastrophic climate change that doesn’t require halting deforestation.” WWF’s @KerryCesareo on how Congress can help save forests to fight climate change: thehill.com/opinion/energy…
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Forest conservation has a long bipartisan history in Congress. Read my op-ed in @thehill on steps Congress could take right away to continue that legacy and protect forests in the U.S. and abroad. thehill.com/opinion/energy… #FORESTAct #AMAZON21
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“Forest loss happens every day, on a massive scale, all over the globe.” Read an op-ed in @thehill by WWF’s @KerryCesareo on why it’s so important for Congress to act now to protect forests. thehill.com/opinion/energy… #FORESTAct #AMAZON21
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Kusum Athukorala is known internationally for her work at the intersection of gender and water issues. She recently organized a women water professional training. Here she discusses flood resilience amid the #ClimateCrisis: worldwildlife.org/magazine/issue…
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🐯 🌱Congratulations to Kahoot! Academy partne@World_Wildlifefe for teaching the importance of nature to over 1 million participating players! Play one of their kahoots today ➡bit.ly/3MifRWRItQ
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The Northern Great Plains are critical to the survival and health of many birds, including migratory species. WWF works alongside partners to preserve and protect grasslands in the region. Pictured: an upland sandpiper. #WorldMigratoryBirdDay
In our Behind the Scenes series we speak to WWF staff to learn more about their work and what makes them tick. For today’s post, we checked in with Evan Walker (@Eco_Logical_Ev), a Manager with WWF’s Private Sector Engagement team. worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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It's vital to recognize the important role forests play in human health. They clean our air and water, help protect us from climate change, support disease regulation, and more. wwf.to/36gMWSX
Today’s @HouseForeign hearing on stopping deforestation is an important step. Now it’s time to pass the #FORESTAct and #AMAZON21 to conserve our forests for the climate, nature, and people worldwildlife.org/social_shares/…
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WWF’s new transparenC traceability app aims to help food supply chains become more transparent. @Forbes speaks with Aaron McNevin on the importance of making traceability accessible. forbes.com/sites/jamiehai…
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WWF's Pete Pearson speaks with @guardian about how the global catch of fish is being wasted like never before – hurting not only oceans but the nutrition of billions of people. theguardian.com/environment/20…
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How is #infrastructure important for our health? Why is infrastructure a focus for WWF? Kate Newman, WWF’s vice president for sustainable infrastructure, joined @HealthyRadio_’s podcast to explore how infrastructure intersects with nature and our health. anchor.fm/healthy-radio/…
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“Our vision is that global food systems provide healthy, nourishing food for all in ways that also protect and restore nature and the climate.” – WWF’s Melissa Ho. wwf.to/3wd0bgy
Winding almost 3,000 miles from the Tibetan plateau down to the South China Sea, the Mekong River is home to at least 1,200 freshwater species, including the giant freshwater stingray, the Irrawaddy dolphin, and the Mekong giant catfish. Learn more: wwf.to/3L59www.
A new paper published in @ScienceMagazine warns of the devastating consequences of a sinking Mekong Delta and solutions to keep the agro-economic powerhouse afloat. (1/5) science.org/doi/10.1126/sc…
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– How do you address riverbank erosion? – How do you define the boundaries of a watershed? – What are examples of successful flood management in urban areas? We get lots of questions on challenging issues. Read more ⬇️
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A recent report reveals the current health status of Fiji’s Great Sea Reef and provides recommendations that could both protect the reef and improve conditions for the future. Read more: wwf.to/3KOFcWD.
Do you know the difference between climate change mitigation and adaptation? wwf.to/3KHAmdO
In our Behind the Scenes series we speak to WWF staff to learn more about their work and what makes them tick. For today’s post, we caught up with Katherine Devine (@devine_kj), Director, Business Case Development, @WWFInstitute worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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Each week, we're elevating public sector sustainability initiatives in our Sustainability Works blog series. This week we hear from @RevMariama about how the @CityOfBoston is tackling climate change: worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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Nuestra VP de Cambio Climático, @ClimateMarcene, será la expositora principal en la “1a. Cumbre para los negocios verdes en América Latina”. Hablará sobre las oportunidades para invertir en la naturaleza. Únete a la conversación mañana a las 9 a.m. ET: negociosverdes.com/cumbre-2022/
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We’re working with @airwickus to reseed 1 billion square feet of native wildflower and grassland habitat in the Northern Great Plains. Join us and celebrate National Wildflower Week by making your own pollinator garden! Here are some tips: wwf.to/3w4e6W4.
Today, our data mastermind, @jgnasser, shares answers to your #AskAScientist questions and conservation data management is taking center stage! 💻🌱 Q1: What’s the biggest technology innovation you’ve seen in your career in conservation5N
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This week the United States is celebrating National Wildflower Week! Gardening with native plants is the best way to create natural, interconnected corridors for a whole host of wildlife. Get started today on planting wildflowers native to your region: wwf.to/3yaxWBG.
Meet the mata mata turtle! These nocturnal reptiles camouflage perfectly against murky river bottoms with the help of their leafy appearance. Get more facts about this freshwater turtle: wwf.to/3LuLKe4.
In celebration of Earth Day and our living planet, YouTube and content creators set out to explore unique locations and the stories behind them in support of WWF and other environmental non-profits. #YouTubeEarthDay wwf.to/3KyJjWx
What is the US government doing to fight climate change and how can Americans make their voices heard? ⬇️ wwf.to/36KkVDr
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Each week, we're elevating public sector sustainability initiatives in our Sustainability Works blog series. This week we hear from Alex Yee about @HonoluluGov's climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts: worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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Today is #StopFoodWasteDay! WWF is working to stop food waste at each step in the supply chain, starting with farms. Here's how we helped growers measure the fresh produce left in their fields: worldwildlife.org/stories/what-f…
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We have new insights into Fiji’s Great Sea Reef and the amazing and diverse wildlife that call it home. Get the details: wwf.to/3vKHX5T.
Happy to be included in this list with these amazing people! Keep up the good work! @WWFscience twitter.com/MarinMagazine/…
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Creating a market for pet food made from carp could help curb this invasive species… and that’s the closest this account will ever get to an excuse to show off pet photos. So go ahead and share a picture of your own potential environmental hero below. worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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NEW REPORT: A look at opportunities to reduce food waste in the 2023 US Farm Bill. Here’s what we recommend: wwf.to/3rS6bKr.
Happening today at 3:30 pm ET! Join us for a chat with @shaunamahajan and @jjopperman on how systems change can help us address the most pressing conservation issues. twitter.com/i/spaces/1kvJp…
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Invasive carp are decimating native fish populations throughout the Mississippi River Basin and the Great Lakes in the US. But @jdkurnik's dog Peaches—and your dog or cat, too—might be able to help. worldwildlife.org/blogs/sustaina…
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WWF's @ClimateMarcene at the rally for Climate, Care, Jobs and Justice. The time to act is now!
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We're here at the DC rally for climate, care, jobs and justice! #FightForOurFuture
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It's critical to protect, manage & restore forests to stem the climate & nature crises. President Biden’s Executive Order importantly focused on keeping forests standing & getting restoration right. Great step toward meeting Glasgow commitments. Next, let’s pass the #FORESTAct. twitter.com/WWFnews/status…
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WWF’s @Carter_Roberts on the major Earth Day announcements from @POTUS: “[These actions] embrace the power of nature to help both people and wildlife thrive… [and] are an important step toward embedding the value of nature in federal decision-making.” worldwildlife.org/press-releases…
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This #EarthDay2022 there is a lot to be hopeful about. @stephanieroe summarizes what we can and need to do to limit climate change and the collective action that is happening now @climatepod. twitter.com/climatepod/sta…
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“We can invest significantly in climate solutions now or pay even more to recover from climate disaster later.” – WWF’s Marcene Mitchell. The better choice is obvious: It’s time to invest in our planet. #EarthDay wwf.to/3k0xwpl
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