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These photos show the first ever #LGBTQIA+ plenary at Brazil’s annual #FreeLandCamp, a mass gathering of Indigenous people to claim their rights. The rights, laws & culture of Indigenous peoples are crucial when it comes to protecting our #OneSharedHome 🏳️‍🌈 #PrideMontht3D
Signs of a weakening of political will in the UK to halt and reverse nature's decline are worrying. Read more: newstatesman.com/environment/bi…
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Amazing news from @WWFColombia! 🎉 The Heritage Colombia programme will provide protection to Colombia’s ecosystems, inc. 12% of the Amazon rainforest. Projects like this are vital to support#Biodiversityy & nature-based solutions to the#ClimateCrisiss. fal.cn/3pItIY
A recent report by @wwfBrazil has shown that deforestation in the Cerrado and Amazon has reduced the habitat of many species, such as the endangered maned wolf pictured below. 📸 Find out how SMART (spatial monitoring and report tool) training is helping tackle this issue �1h
Rainforests are vital for the survival of life on Earth, yet the food we eat is fueling the destruction of the Amazon and others like it. We all have a responsibility to protect the Amazon. Find out what you can do #ForYourWorldfal.cn/3pEF5R #WorldRainforestDayy
We wish we had better news on #WorldRainforestDay, but the latest figures from the Amazon only confirm it's been a devastating year for the world's biggest rainforest. This is part of a terrifying trend, where destruction only increases year-on-year. fal.cn/3pEEN
#DidYouKnow rainforests cover only 6% of the Earth’s land surface, yet are home to over half of all the world’s documented species? It’s likely that there are still many more plant & animal species in the world’s rainforests which have yet to be discovered! #WorldRainforestDay
With the date for #COP15 set, governments have a once-in-a-decade opportunity to deliver a Paris-style agreement for nature. They must not waste a moment between now and December, and work toward deal that halts and reverses the loss of nature by 2030. fal.cn/3pD15
What an incredible animal! 'Boramy' gives us hopeful news about the health of the Mekong River😍 This record-breaking stingray has been released with a tracker, with the hope that her movements will teach us so much more about the world's largest freshwater fish.twitter.com/Reuters/status…1
On #WorldGiraffeDay, here are three fun facts about baby giraffes 🦒 💛 Calves are born after a 16-month pregnancy. 💛 Calves are born 6 feet tall – that's taller than the average human being! 💛 Calves can walk within an hour after birs935
How amazing is this snow leopard painting!? 😍 We're thrilled to see that Sascha's camera trap photograph we shared on our channels back in May, inspired one of our followers to create this incredible – and very realistic –#SnowLeopardd painting! �twitter.com/FennWildlife/s…uG
Today marks the beginning of @insectweek!🐞 There are 27,000 species of insect in the UK, and they provide a wide variety of ecologically vital roles🐝 Fo#InsectWeekek take some time to appreciate the helpful creepy crawlies around you�bit.ly/3OlTArMT6wS
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A test for your nature knowledge this #InsectWeek: This illustration shows just a few of the 1000s of invertebrate species we have here in the UK - but do you know which are actually insects? 🐜🐞🐌🕷️🐝🦋 We've left a clue somewhere in this tweet - tell us if you spop00BqQ
Happy #FathersDay! 💚 #DidYouKnoww both male (cob) and female (pen) mute swans are involved in parenting? 🦢 The cobs collect twigs, grass and other material for nest building, guard the eggs when the pen is busy feeding and help take care of the cygnets when they hatch. I3y
Have you struggled in the heat today? Spare a thought for polar bears, who rely on ever-scarcer sea ice in a warming Arctic. One group of bears is showing how this species is having adapt to #ClimateChange by hunting from Greenland's glacier ice🧊bbc.co.uk/news/science-e…5
New surprising research suggests bottlenose dolphins use their sense of taste to discern their friends’ urine from unrelated dolphins! 🐬fal.cn/3pxluO
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A truly shocking study has revealed unprecedented levels of warming in part of the Arctic. 🌡️⚠️ This is#ClimateChangee on our doorstep: as well as the profound impact on Arctic people & nature, this may contribute to increased extreme weather events. fal.cn/3px6Az
We support the call of our colleagues @wwfbrasil: we must see justice for Dom and Bruno, as well as action to prevent further massacres in this conflicted region of the Amazon and other invaded indigenous lands. wwf.org.br/nossosconteudo…
We are deeply saddened by the killing of Dom Phillips & Bruno Pereira. Our thoughts are with their friends and family. A full investigation by the Brazilian authorities is vital to ensure perpetrators are held accountable for their crimes in the Amazon. fal.cn/3pvMG
On #WorldSeaTurtleDay, we’re celebrating the world’s first app using AI to combat #IllegalWildlifeTrade 🐢 Created by@SEEturtless and supported by@WWFF, SEE Shell uses image recognition to identify products made of genuine tortoiseshell – turtley genius!fal.cn/3pv4RqO
WWF signed this letter in @thetimes alongside @UKSustain, @NFFNUK, @Food_Foundation, experts & charities across the food sector. A broken food system needs a comprehensive, cross-government plan led from the top, not a watered down package that ducks the most difficult questions.
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Has #JurassicWorldDominion got you thinking about dinosaurs? 🤔 Though they've been gone for millions of years, there's a lesson from their story that's as relevant as ever - life on our planet is fragile! Hear more from@frankiethedinoo 👇 �#DontChooseExtinctioni@UNDPN32z
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Nature restoration and food security - why bringing back nature cannot wait. Our joint NGO factsheet looks at some of the frequently asked questions around food security and shows why the EU needs an ambitious law to #RestoreNature now! restorenature.eu/File/Food_secu… 🧵⤵️2
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A heartbreaking find in New Zealand. It's thought warming waters are behind the deaths, making it harder to find the food these penguins need. It's vital we do all we do all we can to limit warming, and protect our world for both people and nature. fal.cn/3prEp
Disappointing to see the Government's food strategy fail to deliver on its #COP26 promises. Making UK farming good for climate & nature is the only way to #FixTheFoodSystem and ensure healthy, affordable, sustainable food is available for everyone. fal.cn/3pr6Z
We’re proud to be one of the 8 chosen in-principle recipients of the @EndangeredLands project grants for our work to regenerate Europe’s incredible Mura Brava Danube landscape🎉 This visionary partnership shows the power#philanthropyy has to create real, landscape-wide change�twitter.com/EndangeredLand…1l
Meet the Bagh Mitra - or 'Tiger Friends’ 🐯 Trained by@WWFINDIAA in monitoring and helping to rescue wild animals that stray into villages, this group of local volunteers are helping people & wildlife to coexist in@PilibhitRR - essential for successful tiger recovery. 🧡�z2oO
How would you feel if you had to share your space with the world’s biggest cat? 🐅🌳🧑🏽‍🤝‍🧑🏽 46.7 million people around the world live alongside tigers. WWF’s latest report urges global leaders to put their voices at the heart of conservation stratfal.cn/3poUhYhQXHplXs
I’m delighted to be helping @FinishUK & @wwf_uk on their new ‘Journey of Water’ campaign to protect UK freshwater sources. I joined a Norfolk primary school at a restored wetland to learn where water comes from & how we can look after it. Find out more bit.ly/3H47kEO
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Flat Holm island, near Cardiff, is home to unique lizards and flowers, and is an important bird sanctuary. Now the variety, location and numbers of flora and fauna will be updated on an interactive digital map at Techniquest science museum! fal.cn/3plnv
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Have you had a busy week? Turn up the sound and enjoy some beautiful bird song to help bring some calm! 🎵 �h8
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#GoodNews from the Galápagos 🐢🎉 This fantastic find is a big deal for the island's biodiversity, since Fernanda's species was thought to be extinct for a hundred yearsfal.cn/3plPrBx
Like us, #UKNature depends on freshwater to survive. 💙 However, these habitats are in bad condition, due to issues like pollution and over use of water. Find out how we’re working with@FinishUKK to replenish 500 million litres of freshwater in the UK:fal.cn/3pluGyj
#DYK just 336 #NorthAtlanticRightWhales remain? 🐋 One of their biggest threats is fishing gear entanglement. Rope can cut into their flesh, prevent them from feeding and sometimes lead to a slow, painful death. However, there is hope for the species:fal.cn/3pjXTPk
Have you ever heard climate change in action? 👂 In the Arctic Ocean, melting ice means an increase in shipping activity and decrease in sound absorption, while noise from shipping is masking the sound of whale calls. 🔊 Learn more thi#WorldOceansDayayfal.cn/3phRSa8w
#DidYouKnow our oceans are home to around 240,000 known species – with many more yet to be discovered? 💙 This#WorldOceansDayy, we’d love to know your favourite! 🌊 DD6
Today, the #UKIvoryAct has come into force – meaning it is now illegal to import, export or deal in almost all items made of elephant ivory in the UK. Thanks to the NGOs and millions of supporters who campaigned with us to #StopIvoryTrade - you helped make this happen. 👏o
On #ThankYouDay, we'd like to send a huge THANK YOU to all the volunteers working tirelessly #ForYourWorld on conservation projects around the globe 🙏💚 Here's just one example: the brilliant volunteers on th#WildIngleboroughgh project site, working hard to bring nature backl2
This #WorldEnvironmentDay, take a moment to appreciate the wonderfully diverse kaleidoscope of nature that is our #OneSharedHome. It’s so important that we continue to do everything we can to protect it. #PrideMonth
From queen bees to elephant matriarchs: as the Queen celebrates 70 years on the throne, a look at animal societies that also have strong females at the helm: fal.cn/3pael #PlatinumJubilee
In January 2022, Colombia saw the highest number of fire hot spots in 10 years. 🔥 But with support from@WWFColombiaa,@WWF_Schweizz and local governments, 48 people have now been trained around Chiribiquete to help protect areas susceptible to#ForestFiress in Colombia.T
We're jumping into the #BankHolidays! Our staff are taking a well-earned break over the #PlatinumJubilee weekend, so we might take a little longer to get back to you than normal. Until Monday, you can still contact us by phone with anything urgent: wwf.org.uk/contact-us
#DidYouKnow 2022 marks 50 years of Pride in the UK? We value the diversity of our staff and supporters every bit as much as we value biodiversity - this month and every month. Find out more 👉wwf.org.uk/pride?utm_sour…y #PrideMonthh
The global food system is the largest contributor to biodiversity loss, deforestation, freshwater pollution & the collapse of marine wildlife. It is the 2nd biggest contributor to climate change. #COP27 must address our global food systems alongside our nature & climate crises🚜twitter.com/SuperYearNatur…k
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🌞 Which season boosts your mood? “I love the summer evenings especially at twilight when everything is calm" Supporter on Insta. 👇Get inspired with ou#ThrivingWithNaturere guidebook, created wit@wwf_ukukmentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/thri…Pp
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We’re wishing all our LGBTQ+ colleagues, supporters and friends a very happy #PrideMonth 2022 🏳️‍🌈 Everyone should be included in creating a world where people and nature thrive together. iqU
Congratulations to our Innovation Connections winners! 🎉 In partnership with@Tescoo, we're supporting start-ups to develop new tech to reduce emissions & improve climate resilience in the food supply chain. We're excited to see the impact they can make! edie.net/from-carbon-so…x
Brightening up your Monday with a few more images just in from high in the Himalayas 🏔️ These snow leopards were photographed using camera traps - an important tool for researchers as they provide data on the population numbers & behaviour of these vulnerable big cats.R
From basking sharks to shore crabs, our UK waters are home to so many amazing aquatic animals. And these are just a handful of them 🦈🦀🐋🐙 Do you have a favourite? Let us know beloBEw4k
A windfall tax for the biggest polluters is well overdue. But if the UK government is serious about tackling the climate crisis, it MUST divert investment toward renewables and improving homes' energy efficiency - for people and the environment. theguardian.com/business/2022/…
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