Saving Our Wild Isles – with Deborah Meaden, Nadeem Perera and Megan McCubbin
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
1y ago
UK nature can be incredible but it’s massively under threat. In this special episode of Call of the Wild from WWF-UK, Cel Spellman is joined by some amazing guests to work out what needs to be done to Save Our Wild Isles. Deborah Meaden, Investor and Dragon, tackles why industries need to get greener;  Nadeem Perera, TV presenter, author, activist and co-founder of the birdwatching collective Flock Together shares why access to nature needs to work for everyone; and zoologist and TV presenter Megan McCubbin, explains why our country isn’t as green and wild as it s ..read more
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Living Planet Report – It’s Time to Act
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
1y ago
According to a new report from WWF, global wildlife population sizes have plummeted by 69% on average since 1970. The rate of decline is a severe warning that the rich biodiversity that sustains all life on our planet is in crisis, putting every species at risk – including us.    Using this critical report as a guide, join host, WWF-UK Ambassador Cel Spellman and Mark Wright, Director of Science at WWF-UK, on a whistle-stop tour around the world to find out about the health of our planet – and what nature desperately needs from us right now. With special thanks to Stephanie Jeno ..read more
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BONUS - Noga Levy-Rapoport
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
1y ago
“We've changed so much awareness, but now it's a tipping point. We need to go, ‘right, you know, things are really bad but please do not despair’. And if you do turn it into action now” – Noga Levy-Rapoport Join Cel Spellman in a bonus chat with climate activist Noga Levy-Rapoport. Noga has led climate strikes across the UK and was also named in Forbes Top 100 UK Environmentalists for their work on youth empowerment, educational reform and systemic change. Not only do they dig into the subject of identity, but they also explore the changes Noga wants to see in the environmental justice movemen ..read more
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Identity – with Anjali Raman-Middleton, Noga Levy-Rapoport, and Alfie Bowen
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
1y ago
To wrap up season two, Call of the Wild are talking about identity and how our sense of identity influences our relationship with nature - including how empowered we feel to bring about positive change for the environment.   Join actor and WWF Ambassador Cel Spellman as he meets some exciting guests shaking up the environmental space. Dr Karen Bell from the University of Glasgow explains how environmental justice and social justice intersect ; Anjali Raman-Middleton from Choked Up shares why she and other black and brown teens are campaigning for a new Clean Air Act; Noga Levy-Rapoport ta ..read more
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BONUS - Ellie Goulding & Richard Curtis
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
1y ago
“We protect what we love. And so, you know, the more you fall in love with nature, reconnect with nature, the more you want to save it and protect it.” - Ellie Goulding This week’s bonus episode is another double-header. Join actor and WWF ambassador Cel Spellman and singer-songwriter, UN Goodwill ambassador, and WWF ambassador Ellie Goulding as they break down some of the biggest threats to our planet. Plus, hear from filmmaker and activist Richard Curtis about his journey to being an environmentalist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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People Power - with Ellie Goulding & Richard Curtis
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
2y ago
“I think it's just very important to remember that collective power is so, so strong. And when we all put our voices together, we really can influence people.” - Ellie Goulding With temperatures rising and nature at risk, it can be easy to feel a bit overwhelmed by the enormity of the crises facing our planet. But it’s not too late to turn things around. Actor and WWF Ambassador Cel Spellman explores how we can influence change in our local communities and further afield, with help from filmmaker and activist Richard Curtis, and singer-songwriter, UN Goodwill and WWF Ambassador Ellie Goul ..read more
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BONUS - Jayda G & Patrick Aryee
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
2y ago
“We're doing our best with the tools that we have, and we're not always going to get it right. And that's okay" - Jayda G  This week’s bonus episode is a double whammy. Tune in as actor and WWF Ambassador Cel Spellman hears how artists can try and reduce their impact on the climate from DJ, Music Producer & Environmental toxicologist Jayda G. Plus, Cel digs deeper into biomimcry with wildlife television presenter, documentary filmmaker and fellow WWF Ambassador Patrick Aryee.  The Wild is Calling. It’s Time to Act.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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Tech & Nature - with Jayda G
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
2y ago
"The younger generation, they know what’s up. And it’s our job to really give them a leg up as much as we can.” - Jayda G  Whether it’s our phones, laptops, or smart devices, tech is a massive part of our lives, and can be a fantastic ally to help us understand the natural world. But, due to the energy resource costs in making the gadgets we love, and keeping them running, it can also be a double-edged sword for the environment. Actor and WWF ambassador Cel Spellman explores how the way we use technology is affecting our planet in this episode of Call of the Wild, with help from Grammy-no ..read more
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BONUS - Andy Cato
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
2y ago
 “I think that the change is going to start with you and I, and people going into the supermarket and people going into their high street chains and demanding better” From breaking down barriers in farming to the pure joy of growing a successful crop, Groove Armada’s Andy Cato joins Cel Spellman to discuss his amazing company Wildfarmed in this bonus episode of Call of the Wild. The wild is calling. It’s time to act. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information ..read more
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Food & Farming - with Guy & Geetie Singh-Watson and Andy Cato
Call Of The Wild
by WWF
2y ago
“If we don't sort this out, there's no plan B. And so I really want to spend the rest of my days as an active adult trying” - Andy Cato   Whether cooking at home or picking up a take-away, there's a deep-rooted connection between how we feed ourselves and the health of our planet. And how our food is being produced is a big part of that.   Actor and WWF ambassador Cel Spellman tucks into the environmental impact of what we're putting on our plates, from protecting the soil under our feet to supporting biodiversity on our farms, with help from organic veg pioneers Guy and Ge ..read more
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