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WWF National Branding Campaign Marks 2021 As the Year to Show Your Love

Love It or Lose It campaign calls on all of us to love nature so it doesn’t disappear
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WASHINGTON, February 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Today, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation nonprofit known for its iconic panda logo, launched a national brand marketing campaign across the U.S. declaring 2021 as a crucial year to show your love for nature. The year-long campaign, “Love It or Lose It,” debuting the week of Valentine’s Day, calls on everyone to show their love for nature, upon which all of humanity depends.

Companies Can Address the Impact of Single-Use Plastics in the Era of COVID-19

Words by Roya Sabri
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As people attempt to go about their daily routines safely during the novel coronavirus pandemic, the role of plastics has changed once again.

New Guide Provides Step-by-Step Instructions for Companies to Navigate Climate Risks and Make Sustainability Resilient

WWF describes specific actions companies, investors, and insurers can take today to help maintain a profitable and socially responsible business model in an era of rapid change
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WASHINGTON, November 17, 2020 /3BL Media/ – A new practical guide from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) illustrates steps businesses can take to help maintain profitability and social license to operate in a climate-insecure future.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Welcome First Bison Home to Wolakota Buffalo Range

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On October 30, 2020, Rosebud Economic Development Corporation (REDCO), with support from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Rosebud Tribal Land Enterprise (TLE) proudly announce the inaugural transfer and release of 100 plains bison (buffalo) from the National Park Service to the Wolakota Buffalo Range on the land of the Sicangu Oyate, commonly known as the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota.

AB InBev, Denmark and WWF Partner on Water Conservation in Cape Town

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Two summers ago, Cape Town’s ‘Day Zero’ drought highlighted the importance of looking after our water resources for the future. Today, we are pleased to announce a two-year sponsorship by the Danish government towards initiatives to help ensure that the city’s groundwater supply is managed sustainably into the future.

Sustainable MacFries Fund: McDonald's To Invest in Climate-Friendly Farming Practices

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McDonald's has launched a "Sustainable MacFries Fund" in partnership with McCain to improve the resilience of British potato farmers, while also collaborating with the Walmart Foundation, WWF and Cargill in the US to improve land use practices.

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McDonald's has launched a "Sustainable MacFries Fund" in partnership with McCain to improve the resilience of British potato farmers, while also collaborating with the Walmart Foundation, WWF and Cargill in the US to improve land use practices.

World Wildlife Fund Joins the Walmart Foundation, Cargill, McDonald's to Launch Million-Acre Grazing Initiative to Help Restore Grasslands, Address Climate Change

The initiative will scale up sustainable cattle grazing and connect ranchers across Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota to help preserve grasslands, improve soil health, support biodiversity and improve both producer and climate change resilience.
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WASHINGTON, September 22, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Cross-industry collaboration is crucial to meeting the global demand for protein while also addressing the urgency of climate change and nature loss. Responding to this challenge, today the Walmart Foundation, Cargill and McDonald’s are investing over $6 million in an initiative led by World Wildlife Fund that aims to make lasting improvements to the grasslands of the Northern Great Plains.

68% Average Decline in Species Population Sizes Since 1970, Says New WWF Report

Declines in monitored populations of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians present a dire warning for the health of people and the planet
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WASHINGTON, September 9, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Globally, monitored population sizes of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians have declined an average of 68% between 1970 and 2016, according to World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) Living Planet Report 2020. Populations in Latin America and the Caribbean have fared worst, with an average decline of 94%. Global freshwater species have also been disproportionally impacted, declining 84% on average.

Returning the Atlantic Forest to Its Wild Roots with WWF

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Did you know the Atlantic Forest of Brazil is home to 20,000 tree species? International Paper is proud to work with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to restore 250 acres (100 hectares) of the Mogi Guaçu river basin in the Atlantic Forest, one of the most ecologically important forests in the world.

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