Month: May 2014

The blind conservationists who’ve planted thousands of trees

The blind conservationists who’ve planted thousands of trees

Originally posted on WWF UK Blog. Apologies for lack of Welsh version. Sometimes in this job I come across some deeply moving stories. One of the groups I work with is a remarkable one – the Kwale chapter of the Kenya Union of the Blind. Here’s what some of the group’s members told me: “I […]

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An ashaninka visit with Cool Earth

An ashaninka visit with Cool Earth

Yum! Anyone for spit-roast giant rodent? Lovely little blog from our friends at Cool Earth on their visit to our project in Peru and the important work being done there.

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Making some bee-keepers very happy – £3,162.65 on its way to our project in Cameroon with Bees for Development – more info on project here

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How do you protect precious African forests? With honey, soap and tree planting! Video update from our WWF Cymru project. Sut ydych chi’n amddiffyn coedwigoedd gwerthfawr Affrica? Gyda mêl, sebon a gan blannu coed! Fideo newydd o’n prosiect. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

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