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Panda under the stars

By Stephanie Morgan Communications Assistant Last night was the showing of the National Parks Project film at the Open Roof Festival.  The turn-out was incredible, with lots of people excited to...

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Students on Ice: The final countdown

A week from now, I'll be in Reykjavik, beginning an incredible expedition called Students on Ice. The goal of the trip is to educate and inspire the next generation of polar scientists and...

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The Panda goes to the movies

That's why I'm so excited that WWF is sponsoring Heaven and Earth, an environmental series of films at the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). From the peaks of the Pyrenees to the remote...

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VIFF: Heaven and Earth series begins

http://wwf.ca/viff The festival kicked off last night with Pedro Almodóvar's provocative film The Skin I Live In, at the historic Vogue theatre. Tonight, the WWF-sponsored series Heaven and Earth...

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VIFF: Waking the Green Tiger

http://wwf.ca/viff Seen through the eyes of activists, farmers, and journalists Waking the Green Tiger follows an extraordinary and unprecedented campaign to stop a huge dam project on the Upper...

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VIFF: Ticket giveaways

http://wwf.ca/viff The generous folks at VIFF have given us some tickets to share with our social media friends. For your chance to win passes to see one of these films, all you have to do is share...

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Planet in Focus: Win a pass to the festival

WWF is proud to sponsor Canada's largest environmental film festival, featuring five full days of film premieres, receptions, workshops and gala presentations. With 100 Canadian and international films...

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VIFF: Journey on the Wild Coast

http://wwf.ca/viff Tonight WWF is hosting the North American premiere of The Mirror Never Lies, a gorgeous feature film from  Indonesian director Kamila Andini. There will still be some tickets at the...

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VIFF: Burning Ice

http://wwf.ca/viff Even as the adventure unfolded, we knew that it would be difficult to convey what we were experiencing to people at home. The word we used was "ineffable." On Friday, I caught the...

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VIFF: Heaven and Earth

http://wwf.ca/viff Wrapping up the first week at the fest, one of the big themes was energy – how we use it, where it’s coming from, what the impacts are, and directions for our future consumption....

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Planet in Focus: Brick by Brick – The Story of the Evergreen Brick Works

By Matthew Higginson, LEAF Read more reviews from the Planet in Focus film festival, sponsored by WWF. As she should, after all she and her creative team picked up a 2011 Heritage Toronto Award of...

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Planet in Focus: Second Nature – The Biomimicry Evolution

By Matthew Higginson, LEAF Read more reviews from the Planet in Focus film festival, sponsored by WWF Whatever they choose to go by, they are definitely headed on a very old path, leading humanity to...

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VIFF: In search of truth, in search of hope

I've seen 22 films at the Vancouver International Film Festival, with many more to go. In their own unique ways, each filmmaker is trying to uncover truth, to confront lies - and liars - on screen....

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WWF-Canada fundraiser this Thursday, Oct 11 at the Only Café!

By Ashley Lawrence, Donor Relations Coordinator The Only Café (in Toronto) is holding a Community Panda fundraising event for WWF-Canada this Thursday, October 11th! The staff at The Only Café are...

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Vancouver International Film Festival: Revolution

By guest blogger, Kyle Empringham Rob Stewart, the Director of Sharkwater, is at it again with his new documentary, Revolution. Through his experiences with his previous award-winning film, and with a...

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Green gift guide: 2012 edition

We asked our supporters on Facebook and Twitter how they're planning to treat their loved ones this year. @InderjitDeogun suggests the Seven Year Pen from Seltzer Goods, Ecoholic by Adria Vasil and...

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For Maya’s 6th birthday party she got an X-Box and WWF-Canada got $307!

By: the folks at EchoAge Maya recently made a difference and helped WWF-Canada's conservation work with a donation through EchoAge. EchoAge is a website for US and Canadian residents, which teaches...

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Amazing! Snowy owl carved from dragon fruit

Last week, the folks at Raw for Beauty shared this photo on their Facebook page, and we think it's awesome. What incredible things have you seen created to look like wildlife? To learn how you can...

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Tony Dekker on the physical, spiritual and philosophical connection between...

By Tony Dekker of the Great Lake Swimmers This has had a huge impact on me creatively. We’ve recorded a series of albums in unusual environmental spaces, culminating with an album recorded in and...

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Design your own knits: Pan(da)toufles, Part 4

By Caroline Leamon, one of two guest bloggers devoted to knitting for National Sweater Day. This is the third part of her blog post. You can also read part 1, part 2 and part 3. I came up with three...

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