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Q-and-A with WWF: Nepal, One Year after the Earthquake

Q-and-A with WWF: Nepal, One Year after the Earthquake

Tania Curry April 30, 2016 0

In 2015, Shubash Lohani, Director of Sustainable Landscapes within WWF’s Forests team, was traveling through Nepal & Bhutan with a group of WWF supporters. Two days were left in the trip, when a devastating

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Stalking Lion

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Stalking Lion

Kendal Bower April 29, 2016 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a lion cub ready to pounce near a waterhole in Serengeti National Park. Photographer Ed

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Video: “The Messenger” Movie’s Memo about Songbirds

Video: “The Messenger” Movie’s Memo about Songbirds

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 28, 2016 2

Imagine a world without birdsong. That’s the scenario a new documentary, titled The Messenger, wants you to envision, because it could actually happen sooner than we think. Songbird populations throughout the world are in

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12 Natural World Heritage Sites to Visit this Year

12 Natural World Heritage Sites to Visit this Year

Tania Curry April 27, 2016 0

Nearly half – 114 out of 229 – of all natural World Heritage sites are threatened by harmful industrial activities, according to a new WWF report. However, millions of people rely on these sites

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Eco-Avengers: Just Monkeywrenching or Ecoterrorism?

Eco-Avengers: Just Monkeywrenching or Ecoterrorism?

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 26, 2016 8

When timber framer Will Elwell heard that a natural gas pipeline was going to run through his town of Ashfield, Massachusetts, he decided to take action by making a visual statement. Inspired by Henry

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Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia | Olaf’s Corner

Saving Giant Turtles in Indonesia | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver April 25, 2016 1

“Kura-kura!” yelled the little village boy as he came running out of the dark tropical night and into our jungle camp. Two of our Papuan boatmen from our mother ship, the James Bond II,

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