Month: August 2014

Charity duo get on their bikes for Rainforests

Charity duo get on their bikes for Rainforests

This weekend two keen cyclists will ride from Cardiff to Paris, raising money for rainforests as they go. Nigel Little from Swansea and Rhys Bebb from Newport will set off from Cardiff on Friday, cycling for 4 days and over 300 miles to reach Paris on Monday. They are cycling unsupported, carrying everything they need […]

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Learning to live with a changing climate

Learning to live with a changing climate

Originally posted on WWF UK blog People living around the Boni forest in Kenya have been adapting to a changing environment for years. But this is different. The magnitude and rate of change in the local climate is now so great, that many of the traditional coping strategies are ineffective or unsustainable. It’s leading to […]

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Before and after: The effect of reforestation in the Kilokuy plantation

Before and after: The effect of reforestation in the Kilokuy plantation

“This project is a dream for us as nurserymen who did not know which way to turn” – Bassoumana Traore, Sansanding village You can help make a difference here

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A-MAZE-ing Wales

A-MAZE-ing Wales

Welsh farm grows giant maze, from maize, in the shape of Wales Press Release: aerial video and high-res images available from Lowri Jenkins 07950 355508 lowri@sizeofwales.org.uk Please credit image to: I Loves the ‘Diff This summer, visitors to a South Wales farm will be able to walk from Caernarfon to Caerphilly in just a couple of hours. Hendrewennol […]

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