Helping nature recover: your weekly round-up

Another week down, another weekly roundup from your friends at WWF – and we’ve selected a strong collection of stories for you today, which remind us of why (and how) we need to work together towards a better future for people and nature. This week, we’re giving you an insight into ways we can protect our oceans, freshwater species, precious biodiversity and more. With that, we hope you enjoy what we’ve put together for you today – and wish you a wonderful end to the week!
Image credit:  © Ola Jennersten / WWF-Sweden

 

NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD WINNERS

The Nature TTL Photographer of the Year awards are here – and you don’t want to miss these amazing images of our planet! Take a peek at the overall winner chosen from the category wins, which include animal behaviour, underwater, camera tarps, the night sky and more:

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A HELPING HAND FOR FISH

Sturgeons and paddlefish – part of the same family of species – have been around since the dinosaurs roamed the planet. But all of the remaining 26 species are threatened with extinction. Now, new conservation efforts aim to save these extraordinary fish:

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“SPIDERWEBS” FOR CORAL REEFS

Indonesia has one of the most extensive coral reef systems found on our planet, but over a third of it is in poor condition. To help restore them, conservationists are running a small-scale project using the “coral spider technique” – and early signs are promising:

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PROTECTING THE HIGH SEAS

Can you believe it? Vast expanses of our global ocean are unprotected – putting whales and other marine life at risk. A historic global ocean treaty offers hope to better manage and protect biodiversity on the high seas:

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HELPING NATURE RECOVER

Later this year, countries are meeting at a major conference to discuss the nature crisis and how to tackle it. But why should this matter to us? And what needs to be done to set nature on the path to recovery?

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