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UN-OCEAN/WWF
RTS92VRT 
June 28, 2022 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the United Nations Ocean Conference, in Lisbon, Portugal, June 28, 2022. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
UN-OCEAN/WWF
RTS92VRG 
June 28, 2022 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, June 28, 2022. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
UN-OCEAN/WWF
RTS92VGA 
June 28, 2022 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the United Nations Ocean Conference, in Lisbon, Portugal, June 28, 2022. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
UN-OCEAN/WWF
RTS92VDQ 
June 28, 2022 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the... 
The director general of the World Wildlife Fund, Marco Lambertini, gives an interview to Reuters at the United Nations Ocean Conference, in Lisbon, Portugal, June 28, 2022. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
Environment
Environment 
Endangered turtles bred in captivity to help save species in Israel 
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Pictures Report
Pictures Report 
Endangered turtles bred in captivity to help save species in Israel 
22 PICTURES 
TELEVISION-OURPLANET/BRITAIN-ROYALS
RTS2GCI2 
April 04, 2019 
Britain's Prince Charles talks with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) UK Chief Executive Tanya Steele during... 
London, United Kingdom 
Global premiere of Netflix's "Our Planet" at the Natural History Museum in London 
Britain's Prince Charles talks with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) UK Chief Executive Tanya Steele during the global premiere of Netflix's "Our Planet" at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain April 4, 2019. REUTERS/John Sibley/Pool 
ISRAEL-BIRDS/
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February 14, 2016 
Migrating cranes stand as others fly over the Hula Lake Ornithology and Nature Park in northern Israel... 
HULA VALLEY, Israel 
Migrating cranes stand as others fly over the Hula Lake Ornithology and Nature Park in northern Israel... 
Migrating cranes stand as others fly over the Hula Lake Ornithology and Nature Park in northern Israel February 14, 2016. The Hula Valley is a stopping point for hundreds of species of birds along their migration route between the northern and southern hemispheres and during the cold season it becomes one of the largest concentrations of cranes in the world, a spokeperson for the Jewish National Fund said. REUTERS/Baz Ratner TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
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August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1OMWQ 
August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
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August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "!Pro! Amazon" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015.... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "!Pro! Amazon" at the zoo in Cologne 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "!Pro! Amazon" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
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August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "!Pro! Amazon" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015.... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "!Pro! Amazon" at the zoo in Cologne 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "!Pro! Amazon" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1OMUZ 
August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Forest = Future" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015.... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Forest = Future" at the zoo in Cologne 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Forest = Future" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1OMUU 
August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1OMUS 
August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Merkel, Help!", a reference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender 
GERMANY-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1OMUB 
August 18, 2015 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Help!" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some... 
Cologne, Germany 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Help!" at the zoo in Cologne 
Ants carry a leaf with a slogan reading "Help!" at the zoo in Cologne, Germany August 18, 2015. Some of the zoo's 500,000 leaf-cutting ants carry laser-cut leaves with slogans during a campaign to protect the Amazon rain forest, organised by the German branch of World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) and Cologne Zoo. Picture taken through the glass of the display case. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
HONGKONG-PANDA/
RTX1K1LJ 
July 12, 2015 
A veterinarian fills a test tube with blood drawn from giant panda Le Le, 10, during a routine health... 
Hong Kong, China 
A veterinarian fills a test tube with blood drawn from giant panda Le Le, 10, during a routine health... 
A veterinarian fills a test tube with blood drawn from giant panda Le Le, 10, during a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean Park, China June 30, 2015. Pandas are endangered because most of their natural habitat has been destroyed for timber, farming and construction, according to conservation group the World Wildlife Fund. Picture taken June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-PANDA/
RTX1K1LE 
July 12, 2015 
Giant panda Le Le, 10, looks out from his enclosure after a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean... 
Hong Kong, China 
Giant panda Le Le, 10, looks out from his enclosure after a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean... 
Giant panda Le Le, 10, looks out from his enclosure after a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean Park, China June 30, 2015. Pandas are endangered because most of their natural habitat has been destroyed for timber, farming and construction, according to conservation group the World Wildlife Fund. Picture taken June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-PANDA/
RTX1K1LA 
July 12, 2015 
A veterinarian examines giant panda Le Le, 10, during a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean Park,... 
Hong Kong, China 
A veterinarian examines giant panda Le Le, 10, during a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean Park... 
A veterinarian examines giant panda Le Le, 10, during a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean Park, China June 30, 2015. Pandas are endangered because most of their natural habitat has been destroyed for timber, farming and construction, according to conservation group the World Wildlife Fund, Picture taken June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
HONGKONG-PANDA/
RTX1K1L9 
July 12, 2015 
A blood sample is drawn from giant panda Le Le, 10, by a veterinarian during a routine health check at... 
Hong Kong, China 
A blood sample is drawn from giant panda Le Le, 10, by a veterinarian during a routine health check at... 
A blood sample is drawn from giant panda Le Le, 10, by a veterinarian during a routine health check at the Hong Kong Ocean Park, China June 30, 2015. Pandas are endangered because most of their natural habitat has been destroyed for timber, farming and construction, according to conservation group the World Wildlife Fund. Picture taken June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu 
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Wildlife - 30 Sep 2014 
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Animals
Animals 
Wildlife - 30 Sep 2014 
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AUSTRALIA-COAL/
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June 23, 2014 
Anti-coal activists stand next to a banner on a farmland used to launch a campaign against clearing of... 
MAULES CREEK, Australia 
Anti-coal activists stand next to a banner on a farmland used to launch a campaign against clearing of... 
Anti-coal activists stand next to a banner on a farmland used to launch a campaign against clearing of trees to develop a coal mine in Maules Creek, June 4, 2014. Activists are claiming a minor victory after Whitehaven Coal Ltd agreed to halt clearing in the Leard Forest during the winter hibernation period, though plans for the mine are still on track. Taking on Australia's powerful coal sector was once left to environmentalists like Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund, but now the anti-coal movement is attracting wider support, from farmers to banks and investment funds striving to be seen as ethical investors and not contributing to global pollution. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match Feature AUSTRALIA-COAL/ REUTERS/Jim Regan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES CIVIL UNREST) 
AUSTRALIA-COAL/
RTR3VCQT 
June 23, 2014 
Australian farmer Cliff Wallace (R) stands next to anti-coal activist Murray Drechsler on the farmland... 
MAULES CREEK, Australia 
Australian farmer Cliff Wallace stands next to anti-coal activist Murray Drechsler on the farmland Wallace... 
Australian farmer Cliff Wallace (R) stands next to anti-coal activist Murray Drechsler on the farmland Wallace is donating for use by environmentalists fighting development of a large open pit coal mine in Maules Creek, June 3, 2014. To reach the farm drivers must pass through a police checkpoint, where vehicles are searched for ropes and chains that could be used to climb trees or lock onto mining equipment - traditional guerilla protest tactics used against coal mines. Taking on Australia's powerful coal sector was once left to environmentalists like Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund, but now the anti-coal movement is attracting wider support, from farmers to banks and investment funds striving to be seen as ethical investors and not contributing to global pollution. Picture taken June 3, 2014. To match Feature AUSTRALIA-COAL/ REUTERS/Jim Regan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES ANIMALS) 
AUSTRALIA-COAL/
RTR3VCQO 
June 23, 2014 
A view of the coal mine under development in the Leard State Forest bordering the property of farmer... 
MAULES CREEK, Australia 
A view of the coal mine under development in the Leard State Forest bordering the property of farmer... 
A view of the coal mine under development in the Leard State Forest bordering the property of farmer Cliff Wallace in Maules Creek June 4, 2014. Taking on Australia's powerful coal sector was once left to environmentalists like Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund, but now the anti-coal movement is attracting wider support, from farmers to banks and investment funds striving to be seen as ethical investors and not contributing to global pollution. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match Feature AUSTRALIA-COAL/ REUTERS/Jim Regan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-COAL/
RTR3VCPI 
June 23, 2014 
Australian farmer Cliff Wallace looks out at a coal mine under development in the Leard State Forest... 
MAULES CREEK, Australia 
Australian farmer Cliff Wallace looks out at a coal mine under development in the Leard State Forest... 
Australian farmer Cliff Wallace looks out at a coal mine under development in the Leard State Forest bordering his property in Maules Creek, June 4, 2014. Wallace is allowing anti-coal activists to make camp on his land as they mount a campaign to stop clearing of trees to make way for the mine in Maules Creek. Taking on Australia's powerful coal sector was once left to environmentalists like Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund, but now the anti-coal movement is attracting wider support, from farmers to banks and investment funds striving to be seen as ethical investors and not contributing to global pollution. Picture taken June 4, 2014. To match Feature AUSTRALIA-COAL/ REUTERS/Jim Regan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-COAL/
RTR3VCPE 
June 23, 2014 
A resident entertains protesters on a donated farmland being used to mount a campaign by Greenpeace,... 
MAULES CREEK, Australia 
A resident entertains protesters on a donated farmland being used to mount a campaign by Greenpeace,... 
A resident entertains protesters on a donated farmland being used to mount a campaign by Greenpeace, 350.org and other environmental groups against construction of a coal mine in Maules Creek June 3, 2014. Taking on Australia's powerful coal sector was once left to environmentalists like Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund, but now the anti-coal movement is attracting wider support, from farmers to banks and investment funds striving to be seen as ethical investors and not contributing to global pollution. Picture taken June 3, 2014. To match Feature AUSTRALIA-COAL/ REUTERS/Jim Regan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
ROMANIA/
RTR3PLVK 
May 17, 2014 
An European bison (Bison bonasus) rubs its face in dirt after being relocated to Armenis, Tarcu Mountains,... 
Armenis, Romania 
European bison rubs its face in dirt after being relocated to Armenis, Tarcu Mountains, southwestern... 
An European bison (Bison bonasus) rubs its face in dirt after being relocated to Armenis, Tarcu Mountains, southwestern Romania, May 17, 2014. The bison, Europe's largest living wild land mammal, has been extinct in the area for 200 years. Seventeen bison were brought here from Sweden, Germany, Italy, Belgium and Romania, in the biggest-ever bison transportation and reintroduction to have taken place in Europe, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Rewilding Europe environmental organisations. It is hoped that the animal will serve as a regional tourism attraction, with a Bison Visitor Centre to be established in the future. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3J4F7 
March 29, 2014 
Activists from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) form the words "Earth Hour 2014" in front of the Brandenburger... 
Berlin, Germany 
WWF activists form the words "Earth Hour 2014" in front of the Brandenburger Tor gate during Earth Hour... 
Activists from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) form the words "Earth Hour 2014" in front of the Brandenburger Tor gate during Earth Hour in Berlin March 29, 2014. Earth Hour, when everyone around the world is asked to turn off lights for an hour from 8.30 p.m. local time, is meant as a show of support for tougher action to confront climate change. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
TAIWAN/
RTR3FT9W 
February 28, 2014 
Papier mache pandas, created by French artist Paulo Grangeon, are seen displayed outside Taipei City... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Papier mache pandas, created by French artist Grangeon, are seen displayed outside Taipei City Hall as... 
Papier mache pandas, created by French artist Paulo Grangeon, are seen displayed outside Taipei City Hall as part of an exhibition called "Pandas on Tour", February 28, 2014. According to local media, the event was launched by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) first in Paris in 2008. Approximately 1,600 panda sculptures were displayed in the exhibition to remind people of the similar number of giant pandas still living in the wild and call on people's protection of endangered species. REUTERS/Patrick Lin (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
TAIWAN/
RTR3FT9T 
February 28, 2014 
Papier mache pandas, created by French artist Paulo Grangeon, are seen displayed outside the Taipei City... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Papier mache pandas, created by French artist Grangeon, are seen displayed outside the Taipei City Hall... 
Papier mache pandas, created by French artist Paulo Grangeon, are seen displayed outside the Taipei City Hall as part of an exhibition called "Pandas on Tour", February 28, 2014. According to local media, the event was launched by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) first in Paris in 2008. Approximately 1,600 panda sculptures were displayed in the exhibition to remind people of the similar number of giant pandas still living in the wild and call on people's protection of endangered species. REUTERS/Patrick Lin (TAIWAN - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PERU/
RTR3FSGL 
February 27, 2014 
Angelina Chavez collects water outside her home his home in Villa Maria del Triunfo on the outskirts... 
Lima, Peru 
Angelina Chavez collects water outside her home his home in Villa Maria del Triunfo on the outskirts... 
Angelina Chavez collects water outside her home his home in Villa Maria del Triunfo on the outskirts of Lima February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR3FSGI 
February 27, 2014 
Bety Paita washes clothes outside her home in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima February... 
Lima, Peru 
Bety Paita washes clothes outside her home in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima 
Bety Paita washes clothes outside her home in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR3FSGH 
February 27, 2014 
Bety Paita washes clothes outside her home in San Juan de Miraflores, on the outskirts of Lima, February... 
Lima, Peru 
Bety Paita washes clothes outside her home in San Juan de Miraflores, on the outskirts of Lima 
Bety Paita washes clothes outside her home in San Juan de Miraflores, on the outskirts of Lima, February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR3FSGG 
February 27, 2014 
Bety Paita closes a water container in San Juan de Miraflores, on the outskirts of Lima February 27,... 
Lima, Peru 
Bety Paita closes a water container in San Juan de Miraflores, on the outskirts of Lima 
Bety Paita closes a water container in San Juan de Miraflores, on the outskirts of Lima February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
PERU/
RTR3FSG7 
February 27, 2014 
A man delivers water from a water tank in Villa Maria del Triunfo on the outskirts of Lima February 27,... 
Lima, Peru 
A man delivers water from a water tank in Villa Maria del Triunfo on the outskirts of Lima 
A man delivers water from a water tank in Villa Maria del Triunfo on the outskirts of Lima February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR3FSG6 
February 27, 2014 
A man delivers water from a water tank in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima, February 27,... 
Lima, Peru 
A man delivers water from a water tank in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima 
A man delivers water from a water tank in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima, February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR3FSG5 
February 27, 2014 
A man delivers water from a water tank in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima February 27,... 
Lima, Peru 
A man delivers water from a water tank in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima 
A man delivers water from a water tank in San Juan de Miraflores on the outskirts of Lima February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
PERU/
RTR3FSG1 
February 27, 2014 
Angelina Chavez washes her clothes in the courtyard of her home in Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts... 
Lima, Peru 
Angelina Chavez washes her clothes in the courtyard of her home in Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts... 
Angelina Chavez washes her clothes in the courtyard of her home in Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water. The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
PERU/
RTR3FSFY 
February 27, 2014 
Angelina Chavez washes her clothes in the courtyard of her home in Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts... 
Lima, Peru 
Angelina Chavez washes her clothes in the courtyard of her home in Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts... 
Angelina Chavez washes her clothes in the courtyard of her home in Villa Maria del Triunfo, on the outskirts of Lima, February 27, 2014. According to the World Wildlife Fund, one million people in the capital Lima do not have potable water and are supplied by tanker trucks, paying up to 12 to 15 times more than those with drinking water.
The coastal region west of the Andes range, home to two-thirds of Peru's population and 80 percent of economic activity, receives just two percent of the country's fresh water. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
USA-CLINTON/
RTX140PC 
September 26, 2013 
Carter Roberts, President & CEO of World Wildlife Fund (WWF), attends a panel on "Commitment to Action:... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Carter Roberts, President & CEO of World Wildlife Fund, attends a discussion on elephant survival at... 
Carter Roberts, President & CEO of World Wildlife Fund (WWF), attends a panel on "Commitment to Action: Partnership to Save Africa's Elephants" at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in New York September 26, 2013. The CGI was created by former U.S. President Bill Clinton in 2005 to gather global leaders to discuss solutions to the world's problems. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTX12ATQ 
August 05, 2013 
A girl embraces a panda bear sculpture in Berlin August 5, 2013. Marking the 50th anniversary of its... 
Berlin, Germany 
Girl embraces panda bear sculpture in Berlin 
A girl embraces a panda bear sculpture in Berlin August 5, 2013. Marking the 50th anniversary of its existence, on Monday the German branch of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) environmental conservation organisation placed 1600 panda bear sculptures on front of Berlin's main train station to draw attention to the plight of the endangered species that serves as the NGO's mascot. There are currently 1600 panda bears alive in the wild, the organisation said in a press release. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CANADA/
RTXXVBF 
March 24, 2013 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are turned off during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March... 
Vancouver, Canada 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are turned off during Earth Hour in Vancouver 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are turned off during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013. The World Wildlife Fund crowned Vancouver the title of Global Earth Hour Capital for 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ENERGY) 
CANADA/
RTXXVBE 
March 24, 2013 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are turned off during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March... 
Vancouver, Canada 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are turned off during Earth Hour in Vancouver 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are turned off during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013. The World Wildlife Fund crowned Vancouver the title of Global Earth Hour Capital for 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CANADA/
RTXXVBD 
March 24, 2013 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are on before Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013.... 
Vancouver, Canada 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are on before Earth Hour in Vancouver 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge are on before Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013. The World Wildlife Fund crowned Vancouver the title of Global Earth Hour Capital for 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ENERGY) 
CANADA/
RTXXVB9 
March 24, 2013 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge come back on following Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March... 
Vancouver, Canada 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge come back on following Earth Hour in Vancouver 
The lights on Lions Gate Bridge come back on following Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013. The World Wildlife Fund crowned Vancouver the title of Global Earth Hour Capital for 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CANADA/
RTXXVB8 
March 24, 2013 
A combination picture shows the Lions Gate Bridge before (L) and during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Combination picture of Lions Gate Bridge before and during Earth Hour in Vancouver 
A combination picture shows the Lions Gate Bridge before (L) and during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013. The World Wildlife Fund crowned Vancouver the title of Global Earth Hour Capital for 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ENERGY) 
CANADA/
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March 24, 2013 
A combination picture shows the Lions Gate Bridge before (top) and during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British... 
Vancouver, Canada 
A combination picture shows the Lions Gate Bridge before and during Earth Hour in Vancouver 
A combination picture shows the Lions Gate Bridge before (top) and during Earth Hour in Vancouver, British Columbia March 23, 2013. The World Wildlife Fund crowned Vancouver the title of Global Earth Hour Capital for 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
GUATEMALA/
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March 24, 2013 
Members of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Defenders of Wildlife and the G-22 organisations, mediate around... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Members of the World Wildlife Fund, Defenders of Wildlife and the G-22 organisations, mediate around... 
Members of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Defenders of Wildlife and the G-22 organisations, mediate around 22 candles to represent the 22 municipalities of Guatemala and meditate during Earth Hour, in Guatemala City March 23, 2013. Earth Hour, when everyone around the world is asked to turn off lights for an hour from 8.30 p.m. local time, is meant as a show of support for tougher action to confront climate change. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY POLITICS) 
GUATEMALA/
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March 24, 2013 
Members of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Defenders of Wildlife and the G-22 organisations, sit around... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Members of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Defenders of Wildlife and the G-22 organisations, sit around... 
Members of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Defenders of Wildlife and the G-22 organisations, sit around 22 candles to represent the 22 municipalities of Guatemala and meditate during Earth Hour, in Guatemala City March 23, 2013. Earth Hour, when everyone around the world is asked to turn off lights for an hour from 8.30 p.m. local time, is meant as a show of support for tougher action to confront climate change.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANNIVERSARY POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
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May 23, 2012 
Environmental World Wildlife Fund (WWF) activists wear masks with photographs of German Chancellor Angela... 
Berlin, Germany 
Environmental World Wildlife Fund (WWF) activists wear masks with photographs of German Chancellor Merkel... 
Environmental World Wildlife Fund (WWF) activists wear masks with photographs of German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk outsite the Chancellery in Berlin May 23, 2012. The placards reads "Mrs Chancellor, get to grips with it now! 30 percent CO2 reduction for Europe." German Chancellor Angela Merkel hosts State Premiers meeting to focus on grid expansion and increasing the use of offshore wind power. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST) 
BRAZIL/
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May 20, 2012 
An SOS Mata Atlantica "Atlantic Forest" activist holds a placard on a balloon during a demonstration... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
SOS Mata Atlantica "Atlantic Forest" activist holds placard on a balloon during a demonstration against... 
An SOS Mata Atlantica "Atlantic Forest" activist holds a placard on a balloon during a demonstration against the adoption of a new Forest Code in Sao Paulo May 20, 2012. Brazil's Congress voted on April 25 to ease rules mandating the amount of forest farmers must keep on their land, delivering a long-sought victory to the country's powerful agriculture lobby and a political defeat for President Dilma Rousseff. The bill must still be approved by Rousseff. The placard reads " Forest Code, Veto Dilma". REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENVIRONMENT) 
ECUADOR/
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May 17, 2012 
A tailor sews a piece of sailcloth in the process of making a handbag, in the office of recycling company... 
Quito, Ecuador 
A tailor sews a piece of sailcloth in the office of recycling company Fui Reciclado, in Quito 
A tailor sews a piece of sailcloth in the process of making a handbag, in the office of recycling company Fui Reciclado, in Quito May 17, 2012. Fui Reciclado, which means "I was recycled", said that to date, it has reused up to some 9,808 square meters of sailcloth and 907 kilograms of rubber tyres to make handbags, wallets and other products, which they then sell via their store and social networking sites. The company is also producing handbags and keychains in conjunction with the World Wildlife Fund to promote ecotourism in the Galapagos Islands. REUTERS/Gary Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
CANADA/
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May 01, 2012 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer (R) is seen with Peter Ladner (L) and Grand Chief Edward John... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer is seen at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for... 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer (R) is seen with Peter Ladner (L) and Grand Chief Edward John at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for the Great Bear in Vancouver, British Columbia May 1, 2012. The campaign opposes the Northern Gateway pipeline that would carry oil across Northern British Columbia. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SPORT) 
CANADA/
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May 01, 2012 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer speaks at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer speaks at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for... 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer speaks at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for the Great Bear in Vancouver, British Columbia May 1, 2012. The campaign opposes the Northern Gateway pipeline that would carry oil across Northern British Columbia. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SPORT) 
CANADA/
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May 01, 2012 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer speaks at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer speaks at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for... 
Former NHL hockey player Scott Niedermayer speaks at the World Wildlife Fund's Campaign Canadians for the Great Bear in Vancouver, British Columbia May 1, 2012. The campaign opposes the Northern Gateway pipeline that would carry oil across Northern British Columbia. REUTERS/Ben Nelms (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SPORT) 
SPAIN-KING
RTR30UP5 
April 17, 2012 
Animal rights activists hold signs that read, "Real (Or royal. Word has both meanings) hunting victims"... 
Madrid, Spain 
Animal rights activists stage a protest outside the hospital where Spain's King Juan Carlos is hospitalized... 
Animal rights activists hold signs that read, "Real (Or royal. Word has both meanings) hunting victims" (L) and "Ban hunting," as they protest outside the hospital where Spain's King Juan Carlos is hospitalized in Madrid April 17, 2012. Tens of thousands of wildlife activists have demanded that Spain's King Juan Carlos step down as honorary president of the World Wildlife Fund Spain after it emerged he had gone on an elephant hunt in Africa.The king's hunting trip to Botswana last week was revealed when he was flown back to Madrid for medical attention after slipping on a step and breaking his hip. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: ROYALS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH) 
SPAIN-KING
RTR30UME 
April 17, 2012 
Animal rights activists hold placards that read: "Real (or royal, the word has both meanings) hunting... 
Madrid, Spain 
Animal rights activists stage a protest outside the hospital where Spanish King Juan Carlos is hospitalized... 
Animal rights activists hold placards that read: "Real (or royal, the word has both meanings) hunting victim" and "Ban hunting" as they protest outside the hospital where Spanish King Juan Carlos is hospitalized in Madrid April 17, 2012. Tens of thousands of wildlife activists have demanded that Spain's King Juan Carlos step down as honorary president of the World Wildlife Fund Spain after it emerged he had gone on an elephant hunt in Africa. The king's hunting trip to Botswana last week was revealed when he was flown back to Madrid for medical attention after slipping on a step and breaking his hip. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: ROYALS CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS) 
USA/
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April 10, 2012 
Siegfried Fischbacher, of the illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy, holds an oversized postal stamp during... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Siegfried Fischbacher holds an oversized postal stamp during the introduction of the "Save Vanishing... 
Siegfried Fischbacher, of the illusionist duo Siegfried & Roy, holds an oversized postal stamp during the introduction of the "Save Vanishing Species" U.S. postal stamp in Siegfried & Roy's Secret Gardens & Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Nevada April 9, 2012. Proceeds from the stamp will benefit the Multinational Species Conservation Funds which are dedicated to saving some of the world's fastest disappearing animals in their natural habitats. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
AUSTRALIA/
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June 28, 2011 
A Koala joey named 'Boonda' sits on his mother's head in their enclosure at Wildlife World in Sydney... 
Sydney, Australia 
Koala joey named 'Boonda' sits on his mother's head in their enclosure at Wildlife World in Sydney 
A Koala joey named 'Boonda' sits on his mother's head in their enclosure at Wildlife World in Sydney June 28, 2011. The zoo plans to launch a fund raising program to help conserve the iconic Australian marsupial which faces threats from habitat reduction and disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS) 
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