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Our planet is changing rapidly, which is why it’s more important than ever to stay informed.

Because the first step in making a difference is knowing what’s going on in the world around you. Here, you’ll find all the latest news from the worlds of environmental conservation and animal rights. Learn more to learn how you can make a difference.

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed.”

- Mahatma Gandhi

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Sustainable pepper farming supports people and nature in Malaysian Borneo

Empowering farmers with green practices builds livelihoods while strengthening biodiversity. 

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It's time to stop funding overfishing

Harmful fisheries subsidies fuel harmful fishing practices. Rather than subsidizing fishing activities that hurt the ocean, communities, and the economy, governments have an opportunity to reroute funding toward efforts that bring benefits to marine health and human well-being.

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What are nature-based solutions and how can they help us address the climate crisis?

Tackling the climate crisis will be one of the biggest challenges of our time, and nature itself can contribute to the fight. 

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Seed-dispersing drones help rebuild koala populations devastated by bushfires

WWF-Australia is implementing innovative projects to restore habitat and wildlife populations devastated by the 2019/2020 bushfires. As part of their Regenerate Australia plan, they are using specialized drones to disperse eucalyptus seeds across affected lands to help regrow the landscape and rebuild wildlife populations.

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A hilltop coffee plantation benefits from robust and healthy forests

On a hilltop in southeast Brazil, 4,500 feet above the surrounding landscape, is a coffee plantation that has been operating in the same family for more than 150 years—five generations. Owner Ellen Fontana is restoring additional forest habitat on her property, connecting the span of natural forest on her land to another forest fragment on a neighboring property.

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100 bison find a new home with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe

The Tribe will create the largest native-owned and managed bison herd in North America. These 100 bison are the first of as many as 1,500 animals setting foot on 28,000 acres of native grassland.

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Investing in "Thirty Hills"

Thirty Hills is the last large block of intact, lowland forest still standing in central Sumatra. After five years of successful forest conservation, we celebrate five major wins within this critically important landscape.

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Recognizing Indigenous Peoples' land interests is critical for people and nature

Although they comprise less than 5% of the world population, Indigenous peoples protect 80% of the Earth’s biodiversity. Recognizing their land rights should be placed at the center of conservation.

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Ghost fishing gear

Ghost fishing gear includes any abandoned, lost, or otherwise discarded fishing gear. It is the deadliest form of marine plastic debris and often goes unseen. Learn more about how you can help stop this silent killer and protect the health of our ocean its inhabitants.

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A sign of hope

Critically endangered Malayan tiger cubs spotted in the wild give hope that the species could be on the road to recovery.

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What rhino dung can tell us about the health of the species

WWF initiated a study examining the parasites and bacteria found in fresh rhino dung samples to help detect diseases that may lead to rhino deaths.

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Eating for our planet

The way in which we produce and consume food is pushing our planet to the brink. Learn five changes that we can all make to our diets to help improve the health of our planet through our daily eating habits.

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