Month: October 2014

50,000 trees planted in Kenyan schools

50,000 trees planted in Kenyan schools

Great news, over 50,000 trees have been planted in 52 Kenyan schools – thanks to these guys and you! Here’s to another 50,000! http://www.sizeofwales.org.uk/projects/lampeter_bore.html

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A date with destiny: What happened when WWF brought a remote forest community face to face with a top Kenyan official

A date with destiny: What happened when WWF brought a remote forest community face to face with a top Kenyan official

Originally posted on WWF UK blog “Protect our forest so that our today, tomorrow and future is assured” says an elder, looking straight into Mr. Mbugua’s eyes. I’m in an office in Nairobi with representatives of the Aweer community, an indigenous tribe living in the coastal forests of Lamu County. WWF has arranged for the group […]

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Sam Warburton calls on Wales to go green

Sam Warburton calls on Wales to go green

People across the country will go green today in a show of support for rainforests. From Cardiff to Caernarfon, schools, groups and individuals will be dressing in green clothes and baking green cakes to raise funds for Size of Wales, a unique Welsh charity that’s tackling climate change by protecting an area of rainforest the […]

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Gola Struck by Largest ever Ebola outbreak

Gola Struck by Largest ever Ebola outbreak

Apologies for lack of Welsh translation This is a difficult time for Gola, as the largest -ever Ebola outbreak is currently affecting West Africa, including Sierra Leone and Liberia. Size of Wales and the RSPB have been working for many years with local BirdLife partners and Governments to conserve critical biodiversity and sustainably manage the […]

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