Protesters target WWF headquarters

YOUNG environmental activists staged a sit-in at the WWF headquarters in Woking, protesting that the conservation charity’s work damages the human rights of people in Africa. Twelve people – members of the... Read more »

Award for WWF’s Woking HQ office design

WWF-UK’s headquarters in Woking has been named among the best workplaces in the country at the British Council for Offices (BCO) annual National Awards. The event, hosted virtually by broadcaster Jeremy Vine,... Read more »

CREST sustainable business awards are back

THE CREST2020 Sustainable Business Awards, forced to postpone due to coronavirus restrictions, are back under the new title of CREST21, and will be live-streamed from the World Wildlife Fund’s Living Planet Centre... Read more »

Woking’s joint campaign to improve future environment

WOKING has put climate change and sustainability at the heart of its 2020 plans with the launch of a major integrated campaign to encourage more people to get directly involved and help... Read more »

Pedal powered mission for wildlife

THIS SUMMER holiday saw 12-year-old Izaak Yeoman as a boy with a mission as he set off with and his dad, Gregory, from the World Wildlife Fund’s UK head office in Woking... Read more »

Woking Volunteer of the Year Awards

AN ENTHUSIASTIC crowd of invited guests celebrated the vital contributions of those always prepared to go the extra mile at the Woking Volunteer of the Year Awards. The event, organised for the... Read more »

Woking’s first zero waste shop

MEL Hemmings is someone who matches her thoughts and words with actions. Which is why her commitment to a sustainable environment has led to her setting up Bare + Fair, Woking’s first... Read more »