A meat lover who cut back his carnivorous habit to help the planet - and encourages others to do the same - has won an award for unsung heroes of the environment.
As consultation closes, there are concerns that the latest Government proposals are too weak to deliver on bold promises made by Ministers.
WWF opinion poll shows that the people of Wales don’t just want economic growth at any cost.
Working through Size of Wales, our work to protect globally important coastal forests in Kenya has beaten its fundraising target, securing conservation efforts and allowing work to expand to a wider area of the country.
WWF Cymru wants Welsh Government to deliver better protection of Welsh seas and the wildlife that depends upon it, through introducing Marine Conservation Zones and improving management of existing marine protected areas.
Targeting home improvements at the poorest quality houses in Wales would slash energy bills, cut fuel poverty by 40%, reduce our impact on climate change and create thousands of jobs.
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