@world_wildlife - Twitter Profile Analysis

Analysis of 200 tweets by World Wildlife Fund, from 20 Apr 2021 to 16 Sep 2021.

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Without our love, the natural world as we know it can–and will–disappear. So, it’s our choice: Love it or lose it. WWF-US

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Top Tweets by @world_wildlife

World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Warming Arctic waters open lanes for more ships, disrupting how animals communicate and migrate. They can also create an issue for Indigenous hunters and their communities. Hear from Alexandria Ivanoff on how this has a direct impact on her life. https://t.co/8bj36LMjrp
16 Sep, 2021 - 04:53 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Grasslands play a critical role in the fight against climate change. They are also a solution for building a more resilient agricultural system. But these habitats are at risk. https://t.co/tEZl4MeBIy
14 Sep, 2021 - 04:10 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
One of the most threatened ecosystems on our planet is in our own backyard. Over 50 million acres of North America’s grasslands and sagebrush steppe have disappeared since 2009. It’s time to protect this vital habitat. Use your voice to #ActForGrasslands: https://t.co/qSNsNMm2Sh
09 Sep, 2021 - 08:32 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
New IUCN Red List study: More than one-third of all sharks, rays, and chimaeras are now at risk of extinction because of overfishing. Governments and regional fisheries bodies must act now to stop overfishing and prevent a global extinction crisis. https://t.co/EUOR4XpxQj
08 Sep, 2021 - 10:29 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Can you name the world’s second-heaviest bird? This animal can’t fly, but its incredibly powerful legs allow it to jump more than five feet high, deliver strong kicks, and run up to 30 miles per hour. https://t.co/ElGwaLQKDk
02 Sep, 2021 - 10:40 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Today, 40% of food grown never gets eaten—1.1 billion more tons of food than previously estimated. The causes of food waste are complex in any region. Luckily, there are solutions. https://t.co/bKvs0lhJUs
01 Sep, 2021 - 10:46 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
VIDEO: Rising consumption of seafood around the world is putting local coastal communities at risk. WWF Madagascar’s Dresy Lovasoa discusses the problems and solutions with @Forbes. https://t.co/L7fUYaLoea
01 Sep, 2021 - 03:13 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
How peaceful is this video of an Asian red-cheeked squirrel eating in the rain? Nature is amazing.
25 Aug, 2021 - 09:16 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
The jaguar is the largest feline in the Americas and has been an important mythological and cultural symbol among Indigenous communities for thousands of years. https://t.co/B4naQWn3SX
24 Aug, 2021 - 03:55 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
14 years ago we started working with @CocaColaCo to help ensure healthy, thriving freshwater basins around the world. We’re continuing that work today, taking on new challenges to help communities become more resilient to climate change and water stresses: https://t.co/mnQr2mVxod https://t.co/qunFSV2VIb
24 Aug, 2021 - 01:43 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Today, 40% of food grown never gets eaten. The causes of food waste are complex in any region. Luckily, there are solutions. https://t.co/UcDkYKM6nP
19 Aug, 2021 - 07:38 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Zoonotic diseases like COVID-19 are a stark reminder of how people and nature are intertwined. Human activities that encroach upon wild places increase the risk of spillover events. A new report details the importance of preventing future spillover events. https://t.co/2kMVROKKfG
19 Aug, 2021 - 03:46 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
Why do you love nature? #WhyILoveNature Pictured: A stingray near Los Túneles, Isabela Island, Galapagos, Ecuador.
18 Aug, 2021 - 10:25 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
As a judge for the inaugural @anthemawards, our own Terry Macko shares his insights into how communications campaigns can drive real-world, positive change. https://t.co/VOjx0L3Zta
17 Aug, 2021 - 05:11 PM UTC
World Wildlife Fund
@World_Wildlife
WWF’s Grace Lee shares her wisdom on building up the next generation of social impact leaders as part of the @anthemawards Anthem Club. Give it a read. https://t.co/NG4KGHynI3
17 Aug, 2021 - 03:11 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @world_wildlife

WWF Science
@WWFscience
Congratulations to the 2021 Russell E. Train Fellowship recipients! This year, WWF is supporting 15 outstanding scientists from 13 countries to conduct critical research throughout the Global South. Learn more about their work: https://t.co/gOTLLu12JV @billfishExpert
14 Sep, 2021 - 02:58 PM UTC
WWF News
@WWFnews
Approximately 2.6 million acres of intact grassland – an area larger than Yellowstone National Park – were plowed up in 2019 to make room for row-crop production, according to WWF’s new #2021Plowprint report https://t.co/LDGwkGoXS2
14 Sep, 2021 - 02:03 PM UTC
WWF Sustainability Works
@WWFBetterBiz
.@World_Wildlife’s #2021Plowprint report says that 2.6 million acres of grassland were plowed up in the Great Plains in 2019. We’re working with everyone from local ranchers to global companies to reverse this trend and protect these critical habitats. https://t.co/Wsdi0WaJEm
14 Sep, 2021 - 01:55 PM UTC
WWF News
@WWFnews
As a judge for the @anthemawards, WWF’s Terry Macko shares from the heart and discusses our recent “Love It or Lose It” campaign that draws attention to humanity’s deep connection to and love of nature. Read the Q/A here: https://t.co/20gA888HJz
13 Sep, 2021 - 02:06 PM UTC
WWF-US Action Team
@wwf_act
Thanks to the Biden Administration for this step in the right direction. Permanent protections for Bristol Bay and sustainable economic alternatives to mining are what is needed for this region to ensure that wildlife, salmon and people thrive together. https://t.co/IRnPErjVDM
09 Sep, 2021 - 08:35 PM UTC
WWF-US Action Team
@wwf_act
The most threatened ecosystem on our planet is in our own backyard - the prairies, shrublands, and sage steppe of North America’s grassland biome. More than 50 million acres of grasslands and sagebrush have disappeared just since 2009.
07 Sep, 2021 - 08:22 PM UTC
WWF News
@WWFnews
A major study re-assessing the IUCN Red List status for all sharks, rays and chimeras reveals that over 1/3 of these species are now at risk of extinction caused by over-fishing. Read WWF's statement: https://t.co/zUerSg1A5z
07 Sep, 2021 - 04:09 PM UTC
WWF News
@WWFnews
One of the biggest threats to the ocean is unsustainable fishing. To address this, WWF and partners have launched an online training program to provide stakeholders worldwide with knowledge and skills to develop and implement fishery improvement projects. https://t.co/MeVWkSquje
01 Sep, 2021 - 01:38 PM UTC
WWF Science
@WWFscience
Agroecologist @alitebrand joins us to answer your #AskAScientist questions!! Nathan from Tennessee asks: How can farmers' voices be better included in international food and climate governance?
25 Aug, 2021 - 02:56 PM UTC
WWF Science
@WWFscience
While vaccines, drugs and tests are critical to contain pandemics, they do not address #PandemicPrevention. Harvard-led report urges investments in forest conservation as a way to prevent virus spillover into people. @HarvardCCHANGE https://t.co/glFSJ4R3Tc
18 Aug, 2021 - 02:39 PM UTC
WWF News
@WWFnews
Preventing the next pandemic needs to start now. Harvard-led task force launches recommendations on how to stop virus spillover from animals to humans. #PandemicPrevention https://t.co/R72ZN2Y1SH
18 Aug, 2021 - 02:04 PM UTC
WWF Science
@WWFscience
Submit your questions to agroecologist, Alexa White: https://t.co/HXVX2CvXgJ The latest IPCC report finds that climate change is rapidly intensifying. What does this mean for our farms and food? Now is your chance to #AskAScientist!
18 Aug, 2021 - 01:27 PM UTC
WWF Sustainability Works
@WWFBetterBiz
Most companies have fixed assets that have become obsolete, no longer fit for purpose... But they may be fit for a new purpose. In @BrinkNewsNow, @WWFInstitute's @JasonWClay explores how we can think differently to make the most of the resources we have. https://t.co/ImQmFrwfG8
13 Aug, 2021 - 01:44 PM UTC
Kahoot! Academy
@KahootAcademy
We’re wild about these new kahoots from @World_Wildlife! 🐼 Learn why biodiversity is important to keeping the planet healthy by playing these ready-to-use @GetKahoot learning games 👇 https://t.co/SHmvpxsETy
12 Aug, 2021 - 03:53 PM UTC
WWF Science
@WWFscience
New Study: Over 160,000 miles of rivers are at risk of losing free-flowing status due to hydropower dams. The study identifies ways we can balance healthy free-flowing rivers with energy needs. @MicheleThieme https://t.co/eagSml614C
10 Aug, 2021 - 03:24 PM UTC

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106 tweets
83 retweets
11 replies
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176 Twitter Web App
23 Sprout Social
1 Twitter Media Studio
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Retweets

23 - WWFnews
16 - WWFBetterBiz
15 - WWFscience
7 - wwf_act
4 - GinetteHemley
1 - Carter_Roberts
1 - americaisallin
1 - CBSMornings
1 - airwickus
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10 - World_Wildlife
1 - JaredLeto
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Hashtags

5 - #climatecrisis
4 - #LeadersClimateSummit
3 - #EarthDay
3 - #APAHM
3 - #WorldOceansDay
3 - #WorldElephantDay
3 - #WhyILoveNature
1 - #StopFoodWasteDay
1 - #EndangeredSpeciesDay
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2 - @UNFCCC
2 - @ACAclimate
2 - @KarenPierceUK
2 - @ClimateEnvoy
2 - @Carter_Roberts
2 - @anthemawards
1 - @TheClimateGroup
1 - @ClimateGroup
1 - @TomVierus

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