National Volunteering Week 9 – 13 May

Volunteers have a power in today’s society and a drive that enables them to make a true difference in the world – can you imagine what it would be like without them? We couldn’t. For National Volunteering Week, we’ve put … Continue reading

Earth Hour Australia May 09, 2016
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Campaign report: Help the planet. One app at a time.

By Henry Churchill, Senior Manager, Sustainable Business, WWF-Australia Apple, WWF and the developers of some of the most incredible apps in the App Store joined forces last week to help protect life on our planet. Starting on 14 April and … Continue reading

WWF Australia April 21, 2016
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Searching for a Phantom in the Kimberley

By Dr Alexander Watson, Kimberley Program Manager, WWF-Australia   This is my home away from home. Living in the Kimberley for over four years, working in areas like this, believe me, I know I’m one lucky scientist. Not only is … Continue reading

April 08, 2016
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Sustainability and the people who catch our fish

To be honest, I can’t believe my luck. It’s a beautiful Tuesday morning at Lakes Entrance, south east Victoria. I’m here aboard the Danish Seine trawler “Nungurner” to learn what sustainability means for the ocean and for the people catching … Continue reading

Dermot O'Gorman April 08, 2016
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Sustainable sea-grapes in Saeraghi

True to his name, Alpha is a man of beginnings. Alpha Gelly is an innovator, introducing a sea-grape management mechanism to his village, Saeraghi on the island of Ghizo in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands. His work is … Continue reading

WWF-Australia January 25, 2016
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Saving in the Solomons

Meet Hellen Maika.   Hellen is from Simboro village on Ghizo Island in the Western Province, Solomon Islands. She’s been taking part in business and financial literacy training as part of a women’s microfinance project. This project, which included savings … Continue reading

WWF-Australia January 11, 2016
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