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    Wild champions

    “What can I do about it? Who will listen to me?” You CAN make a difference and add you voice to halting the illegal wildlife trade. You won’t be alone...
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    Why we trade wildlife

    TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, works to ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature. And it seeks to answer...
  • rhino

    What’s the problem?

    Humans have always relied on wild plants and animals for our subsistence, and we will carry on doing so. Once, we were able to live in a mutually beneficial way...
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    Fighting food waste

    Big and small projects to combat food waste are popping up all over the world. They’re full of ideas about how you can help. GLOBAL Think, Eat, Save In 2011,...
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    What a waste!

    Around a third of the food produced globally for human consumption is wasted or lost – a whopping 1.3 billion tonnes of it. In developed nations manufacturers and food retailers...
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    Quinoa – that’s ˈkiːnwɑː

    From an unknown to a superstar with a Facebook page – no, not a musician, not a sports wonder-kid, just a humble grain that’s delicious … and good for you....
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    Fighting malaria

    Malaria is one of the world's biggest public-health concerns, killing around 700,000 people a year – many of them children, and many in Sub-Saharan Africa, although the disease is also...
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    What’s in a sponge?

    On the face of it, coral reefs in tropical waters shouldn't exist at all, because the waters that surround them are nutrient-poor – lacking the nitrogen and phosphorus that all...
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    Youthful designs

    Youthful designs Learn from the ideas of the Bayer Young Environmental Envoys. If you are interested in any of their ideas, could help develop them, or want to do something...
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