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  • Pursuing and Achieving Sustainable Solutions for Plastics

    November 19, 2013

    Plant-based plastics, if responsibly produced from renewable resources in an efficient manner can provide more viable solutions over fossil-based resources if these risks are addressed.

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  • Spawning a sustainable industry for farm-raised salmon

    August 15, 2013

    For WWF, this commitment is the culmination of almost a decade of work with hundreds of people, from producers and supply chain representatives, to seafood buyers, feed companies, NGOs, government officials and independent researchers to tip the industry into becoming more sustainable.

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  • Let's Make This The World's Watershed Moment

    July 09, 2013

    Businesses, governments, NGOs and civil society must come together and make tough decisions and investments that will ensure plenty of water for all.

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  • Illegal Palm Oil Plantations Threaten Protected Forests

    June 26, 2013

    Indonesia’s Tesso Nilo National Park is one of the last safe havens for critically endangered Sumatran elephants and Sumatran tigers. But many of these forests have been cleared to develop palm oil plantations and meet worldwide demand for pulp and paper. 

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  • Turning Climate Protection into Cash Savings

    June 18, 2013

    A new report by WWF and the Carbon Disclosure Project details the enormous savings corporations can accrue by scaling up climate protection at a rate that is on track with what scientists recommend.

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  • In Borneo's Forests, Impacts and Opportunities

    June 03, 2013

    WWF is working to reduce deforestation in Borneo through promoting Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification of wood and paper products.

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  • WWF Works With Bumble Bee Foods to Improve Health of World’s Oceans

    April 23, 2013

    Preserving healthy fish populations and securing sustainable fisheries are as important to people as they are to wildlife. This is only possible by working collaboratively with the private sector.

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  • Ushering in a future of cooperation and water security

    March 22, 2013

    Karin Krchnak, director of WWF's Freshwater Program, journeyed by canoe down the Rio Grande through Big Bend National Park, witnessing firsthand the power of partnership in finding a solution to maintaining abundant sources of clean water.

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  • A Hard Look at Sustainability Certifications

    December 14, 2012

    WWF’s Jason Clay examines the impacts of certification and its potential to achieve lasting results for conservation and people

    FSC logo painted on sustainable harvested logs. Uzachi forest, Oaxaca, Mexico
  • In Vietnam, Helping Catfish Farming Become More Sustainable

    November 27, 2012

    Farmed seafood is a rapidly growing industry and will represent a major source of protein in the worlds future food supply. It is imperative that farmed seafood is produced responsibly. A new certification agreement in Vietnam is a model for how both government and industry can ensure that is the case in the future.

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  • Leading Change on the Water

    November 20, 2012

    Fisheries are complex entities with multiple actors and pressures shaping their future. Jesse Marsh leads WWF’s Major Buyer Initiative, which works with leading seafood buyers to advance their commitments to sustainable seafood and support suppliers on their journey towards Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification.

    Jesse Marsh
  • Freezing the Footprint of Food

    October 23, 2012

    By the year 2050, our planet will be home to another two billion people. How and where we will we feed everyone has become one of the most pressing conservation issues of the 21st century. At WWF, we have identified eight steps, when taken together, could produce enough food for all and still maintain a living planet.

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  • Working together for responsible forest management

    Kerry Cesareo, WWF's Managing Director of Forests, discusses how forest stewardship can help protect vulnerable forests from illegal logging, encroachment and conversion to farmland.

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  • Saving Wetlands and Water, Little By Little

    A team of wetland protection volunteers is working together to help WWF and The Coca-Cola Company on a source water protection project.

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  • Delivering Results for People and Nature

    Since 2007, WWF and The Coca-Cola Company have worked together to conserve and protect fresh water around the world as rising populations and climate change put increased pressure on this resource.

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  • Banking on Sustainability

    As growing populations put greater strain on raw materials and natural resources, financial institutions are taking notice. WWF understands that working closely with the finance industry is a critical way to influence agribusiness all over the world. Together, we can advance sustainable production of food, fiber, and fuel that impact the ecologically important regions that WWF seeks to protect.

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