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  • State of the Union Stresses Urgent Need for Climate Change Action

    January 21, 2015

    Last night’s State of the Union Address was critically important in a year when there will need to be major international agreement on climate change action.

    Obama at State of the Union
  • A Letter From Lima

    December 01, 2014

    Have you ever experienced the excitement of getting ready to run a marathon after months of training and preparation? Well, that's exactly how I felt today as I arrived in Lima, Peru, for the next round of UN climate talks. Over the next few weeks, I'll be joining my WWF colleagues on the ground in Lima to encourage international leaders to take bold and necessary climate action

    Chopicalqui mountain
  • Polar Bear Population Decline a Wake Up Call for Climate Change Action

    November 17, 2014

    Forty percent. That’s the stunning population loss for polar bears in the southern Beaufort Sea. The news comes from a new study linking the dramatic decline in this polar bear subpopulation in northeast Alaska and Canada to a loss of sea ice due to climate change.

    polar bear Beaufort Sea
  • US and China Take Major Step to Combat Climate Change

    November 12, 2014

    The commitments do represent important leadership, but there is still much work to be done to protect our species and the species we share this planet with from the worst effects of climate change.

    People's Climate Rally New York City
  • Wildlife and Climate Change

    September 18, 2014

    To increase chances of conservation success, we must understand traits that make an individual species especially resilient or vulnerable to changes in climate. Different species will be affected in different ways; sometimes negatively, but not always.

    gorilla closeup
  • US Climate Assessment: An Urgent Call to Tackle Climate Change

    May 06, 2014

    Extreme weather events, melting glaciers and rising sea levels—all with links to climate change—are impacting the United States and the world, according to a new report by a group of leading US scientists and released by the White House on May 6.

    polar bear jumping to ice
  • After Earth Hour: Small Steps, Big Impact

    March 26, 2014

    Earth Hour is just the beginning. You’ve shown the planet you care by turning your lights out for one hour. So what’s next?

    Closeup of bike pedal
  • Building Blocks to Fight Climate Change

    December 17, 2013

    One of the world’s largest manufacturers of children’s toys will join the ranks of environmentally friendly companies. The LEGO Group announced in November it will sign on to WWF’s Climate Savers Program.

    Columbia glacier
  • The Amazing Race for Hidden Corporate Cash and a Safer Future

    June 19, 2013

    U.S. companies are in a position to start an amazing race for climate profits. This race won’t happen around the confusing streets of an exotic city, but inside the board rooms and under the factory floors of businesses across America. And the prize? Not a million dollars. But right now at least $190 billion with a B. Everyone who competes can win their share. 

    glass office building blue sky and clouds
  • Sustainability Runs Deep in Richmond

    February 21, 2013

    Today Richmond is one of 29 participating cities in WWF's Earth Hour City Challenge. But in the 1970s and 1980s the situation was far different. Pollution from tobacco plantations and chemicals plants had sullied the river to the point where fishing in the James River was banned in 1975.

  • Infographic: The Solar Revolution

    Our energy choices make a difference. Not just in our homes but for polar bears, snow leopards and every species. Fortunately, solar provides a clean and abundant source of energy. All over the US, people are saving money and the planet by going solar. Learn how with this infographic.

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