NGOs

Wildaid's Great Race seeks to save the elephant

Conservation charity WildAid takes a different approach from many similar organizations fighting illegal wildlife trade. Instead of focusing on protecting animals from poaching, it works to reduce demand for products such as ivory and rhino horn.

WWF encourages smart urban living with We Love Cities

More than 3.5 billion people live in cities, so they are a major contributor to climate change. That figure is set to double by 2050. However as more and more innovation takes place around envisioning smart, low carbon urban life the potential for truly sustainable city living increases. 

WWF's Mediterranean bluefin tuna boycott

In February 2008, WWF called on retailers to stop selling Mediterranean bluefin tuna until the species is no longer at risk of diminishing numbers.

WWF's secret soy alert

Most of us in the western world eat way more soy than we probably think. How so? Because it’s in the meat products that fill our fridges and that we include in many of our meals.

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