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The area of mountain forest in Mexico occupied by monarch butterflies more than doubled this winter. While populations are still low, these results are a testament to the power of our actions. As monarchs begin to cross the continent again, there are a few things you can do to help, from growing pollinator-friendly native plants and milkweed – the only food monarch caterpillars eat – to taking part in citizen science.learn More ▸
Students care deeply about the health of our planet – and they are ready to take action. Find out how young conservationists are protecting biodiversity, fighting plastic pollution and creating sustainable solutions to environmental challenges in their communities with WWF Go Wild School Grants.learn More ▸
Earth is losing biodiversity at a rate seen only during mass extinctions, so says a new report from WWF that shows global populations of vertebrate wildlife have declined by 60 per cent on average in less than 50 years. But we can reverse that decline – if we act now.learn More ▸