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WWF has released a report rating countries’ efforts at stopping the trade in endangered #tigers, #rhinos and #elephants. The #infographic shows that whilst progress is being made in some countries, there is a long way to go to curb both the killing of these precious animals and the trafficking of their body parts. More information can be found at

Wildlife and plants under increasing threat due to illegal global trade, as 177 countries gather to discuss the problem.

In 2000, there were just 12 illegal rhino killings in South Africa. This year, that number is expected to exceed 500. #killthetrade that kills the rhino!

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Infographic: The Unbelievable Scale of Marine Trash

The unbelievable scale of ocean pollution.


This Is How You Create Conscientiousness

Nouvelle campagne de #WWF #stopthemall #sensibilisation #ads #marketing #creative #print #campains #m2mediascom

Check out this interesting infographic on the countries with the most endangered species and some kinds of animals--like penguins--that are particularly threatened.

A look at a variety of common items and how much they cost in the most expensive cities in the World.

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How We’re Endangering Animals [Infographic]

Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic

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The Most-Searched Celebrities of 2013

Who were the top searches of 2013? See the results from 12 countries.

Education For All: Why Fighting the Global Education Crisis is so Important

Infographic: The politics of climate change. This infographic highlights the positions of key countries and political blocs on climate change measures before the upcoming COP18 climate negotiations in Qatar. Where does your country stand? Infographic by Ben Willers and Sophie Sportiche, via Al Jazeera

We must be sure that marine life is safe...sharks provide balance to our oceans, just as all animals on our planet. Stop the senseless killing!