What have the world’s best-known environmentalists learned over the past 60 years? What are their biggest regrets? And what is the next generation of activists doing to tackle the threats facing our planet?
As WWF turns 60, the world’s largest conservation organisation is hosting a series of candid conversations between some of the biggest names in the environmental movement.
Through these conservation conversations, we’ll hear how action to save our planet has changed over six decades, what the next generation can learn from legendary trailblazers, and vice versa; and whether together, we can achieve more in the next ten years than we have in the last 60.
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