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Our planet faces many big conservation challenges. No one person or organization can tackle these challenges alone, but together we can. WWF-US

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This Friday, young people from across the world will march to demand action on from global leaders. We will be on the ground in New York to join our voice with yours. The time to act on climate crisis is now. Click the link in our bio to join us in NYC or take action from wherever you are.

Did you know that freshwater species populations are declining at an alarming rate of 83%—much faster than terrestrial or marine species? This is partly due to mega hydropower dams that stop the natural flow of rivers. Together we can keep our rivers flowing and support the people and wildlife that depend on them. 🌎

Our climate is changing and it’s happening faster than predicted. From more frequent and extreme storms to unprecedented heat waves, we’re feeling the impacts of the human-caused . But we still have time to change course. Click the link in our bio to learn more.

Regram @pandapaddle • Have you signed up for yet? The early bird registration fee of $45 for our San Diego event ends today at 11:59 pm ET. Panda Paddle is @World_wildlife's one-of-a-kind standup paddle board (SUP) event—helping to conserve and restore our planet. When you take part in Panda Paddle, you’ll join together with hundreds of people all around the country who are standing up for our world’s waters, wildlife, and wild places. It’s more than just a chance to paddle with your friends, family, and coworkers out on your favorite waterways, it’s an opportunity to fundraise in support of WWF’s efforts to protect the future of nature.

We have just over a decade to curb global emissions and limit the worst impacts of the . On September 20 we will be in New York participating in the mobilization. We’d love to see you there! Join us to demand stronger climate action. Click the link in our bio to register and find out how to take action if you can’t join us in person.

There are less than 4,000 tigers left in the wild today, but as much as 5,000 captive tigers in the US alone. These animals can become part of the global illegal wildlife trade - a major threat to wild tigers. We must protect tigers and take a stand against wildlife crime. Click the link in our bio to take action now.

Did you know today is ? Approximately the size of Germany, France, England, Italy, and Spain combined, the Cerrado, which extends across Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay, is the world’s oldest and most biodiverse savannah. In total, it contains 5% of all species on earth, 40% of which are unique to the area. But the Cerrado’s natural ecosystems are being deforested and converted at an alarming rate for soy, beef, maize and cotton production, making it one of the largest and most active fronts of deforestation in the world. The Cerrado’s traditional peoples have built up specialized knowledge of local vegetation, the climate and the rhythms of nature, allowing them to interact harmoniously with the biome. Let's follow their lead.

Grassland birds are the fastest-declining bird group in North America. Four species in particular—the chestnut-collared longspur, lark bunting, McCown’s longspur, and Sprague’s pipit—have lost as much as 80% of their populations since the 1960s. Click the link in our bio to learn more about them and what WWF is doing to protect grasslands and these birds.

Can you imagine a world without fresh water? Every species that lives on land needs fresh water to survive, including us, but we’ve disrupted the flow of water on our planet, putting our future at risk. Just 2% of the water on Earth is fresh water, with rivers and lakes making up just a tiny fraction of that total. By keeping our planet’s fresh water flowing we can create a better future for our planet, people, and wildlife.

The Amazon is burning. Will you protect it? Critical to the health of everyone on the planet, the forest contains billions of animals from tiny insects to the iconic jaguar. You can help by donating today. 100% of funds raised will go directly to on-the-ground partners providing fire response and recovery in the world's largest rain forest. Click the link in our bio to help now.

The Fall 2019 issue of World Wildlife magazine is online! Check out some of the pressing issues our oceans are facing. Click the link in our bio.

Follow the link in our bio and donate today to help the Amazon. 100% of funds raised will go directly to on-the-ground partners providing fire response and recovery in the world's largest rain forest.

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