Good news from nature: your weekly round-up WWF

* Good news from nature: your weekly round-up

Lovely to see you – we hope you’re having a fantastic week so far. Thanks for tuning in to our weekly round-up, which features exciting stories from around the world we’re sure will inspire you today. This week we’re highlighting two ways in which nature is bouncing back – spotlighting mangrove forests and the precious Spix’s little blue macaw – as well as must-read stories on the state of our planet – from renewable energy to nature loss. From all your friends at WWF: have a great end to the week!

Image credit:© André Bärtschi / WWF

 

LARGEST FRESHWATER FISH EVER RECORDED

Did you know? Nearly a third of all freshwater fish species are threatened with extinction. And big freshwater fish are especially endangered. But a massive Mekong stingray just broke records, offering hope for freshwater giants:

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MANGROVE FORESTS MAKING A RECOVERY

Mangrove forests sustain fisheries, communities and economies around the world and feed millions of people. But they're one of the most threatened tropical ecosystems. That’s why it’s so important that some forests are starting to recover:

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TOGETHER LET’S STOP NATURE LOSS

We just can’t continue to take the natural world for granted. Countries must commit to taking action now to secure a world with more nature in it tomorrow than it has today – for people everywhere. Let’s make it happen:

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THE LATEST: RENEWABLE ENERGY

Ending the planet's dependence on fossil fuels is critical to curbing the climate crisis, but we’ve got to step up our global efforts to tap into renewable energy. The good news? Planet-friendly energy sources are expected to rise in 2022:

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SPIX’S LITTLE BLUE MACAWS BOUNCE BACK

Can you believe it? The Spix’s little blue macaw is flying free in its natural habitat again after being extinct in the wild for 22 years, thanks to collaborative efforts from scientists, Indigenous peoples, biologists and more:

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