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10 WWF Success Stories of 2014

10 WWF Success Stories of 2014

Tania Curry December 31, 2014 0

2014 was a successful year for conservation and WWF’s work around the world. None of it could have been possible with the support of WWF’s members. Read about how WWF helped protect 150 million

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Top 10 Things I Learned about Nature in 2014

Top 10 Things I Learned about Nature in 2014

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 30, 2014 20

The year 2014 is now in its final hours.Traditionally, during these last, waning days, we look back on what kind of year we just had, what we accomplished and what we could have done

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Happy Holidays to All Who Share This Pale, Blue Dot

Happy Holidays to All Who Share This Pale, Blue Dot

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 25, 2014 12

Of all the beautiful nature photographs that you have seen over the years, perhaps none is more meaningful than the one titled Pale Blue Dot. The photographer of this particular artwork is the Voyager

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Talking about Takin and other Wonders of Bhutan

Talking about Takin and other Wonders of Bhutan

WWF December 24, 2014 0

Rachel Kramer is a Program Officer for Wildlife Conservation and TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network. Just before joining WWF she traveled through Bhutan with her friend and fellow photographer, Kristan, exploring the Kingdom’s

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Cli-Psy: Why We Find It So Hard to Accept Climate Change Facts

Cli-Psy: Why We Find It So Hard to Accept Climate Change Facts

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 23, 2014 17

There’s an old story—which started in the 1970s—still going around about the growing human influence on Earth’s warming climate and the dire consequences that are sure to result from the buildup of heat-trapping carbon

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On Safari in Zambia – Africa as it Used to Be

On Safari in Zambia – Africa as it Used to Be

Natural Habitat Adventures December 22, 2014 0

This Travel Tale comes to us from Wendy Klausner, Senior Adventure Specialist at Nat Hab. I have been planning trips to Africa for almost 20 years. I didn’t know, when I was in college

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