World Wildlife Fund

Earning Our Stripes

Marco Lambertini | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK
Marco Lambertini

Tigers are iconic - perhaps the ultimate icon of the wild. We borrow their image to symbolize power, grace and beauty, yet we invade their habitat and hunt them to extinction. In the early 20th century, there were estimated to be 100,000 tigers in the wild. Today, there are thought to be as few as 3,200 - a catastrophic decline. This hard reality creates the need for business and the conservation community to come together in concerted action.

Travel Eye: Discovering China

Karen Edwards | Posted 19.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Karen Edwards

The world's second largest country in land mass, China has so much to offer the inquisitive traveller; neon-lit cities with huge shopping centres, sky-scrapers and a buzzing nightlife, hundreds of miles of arid desert, the subtropical rainforests and snow-capped Himalayan mountains

1.32 Million Reasons to Tackle Climate Change

Rod Downie | Posted 21.11.2012 | UK
Rod Downie

To coincide with the sea ice minimum, the UK Environmental Audit Committee today released a hard-hitting report from their inquiry into the UK's role in protecting the Arctic. We contributed substantially to this process, providing written and oral evidence.

It's a Crucial Time for Renewables... Let's Seize the Opportunity

Nick Molho | Posted 14.11.2012 | UK Politics
Nick Molho

Over the past 18 months, renewable energy has often been the subject of regular attacks in the media, on often shaky grounds, arguing that renewables are and will always be too expensive, they don't work and people don't like renewable energy anyway.

Arctic Sea Ice - a Clear Warning

Jon Taylor | Posted 30.10.2012 | UK
Jon Taylor

In the three decades since records began in 1979, the area covered by ice in early September - the 'sea ice minimum' - has been decreasing, shrinking by around 13% per decade. To date, the record sea ice minimum was in 2007. That is, until last weekend.

Arctic Sea Ice Breaks Record Low

Rod Downie | Posted 28.10.2012 | UK
Rod Downie

On Sunday, the Arctic sea ice hit its lowest extent since consistent satellite records began three decades ago. And it is predicted to continue to shrink towards the end of September, according to NASA.

'World Domination' - How 'Green' NGOs are Harming International Development

Raheem Kassam | Posted 01.05.2012 | UK Politics
Raheem Kassam

I've written previously about 'green' non-governmental organisations and their penchant for protectionism. But as the European Environmental Paper Network met over the past few days in Portugal (my invite must have been lost in the post), I thought I'd bring to you a video worth watching and sharing.

Caroline Frost

Poliakoff's Astonishing Passion Brings A Cinema Surprise

HuffingtonPost.com | Caroline Frost | Posted 01.10.2011 | UK Entertainment

Stephen Poliakoff is a man known for putting his prolific pen behind haunting family sagas, studies of the human condition and a canon full of quality...