Pandas apparently can get cuter when 1,600 of them congregate together

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Eco on Tuesday 8 April 2014

While this scene may look like 1,600 pandas storming the streets of Taiwan in a plot to subdue its citizens with their overflowing fluffiness, it actually has a sad story behind it. Called the ‘Pandas World Tour’, the paper-mache pandas were conceived by the WWF in 2008 and created by French artist Paulo Grangeon in an attempt to raise awareness about the endangered status of this adorable species.

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The Big Melt: a clever World Wildlife Fund campaign

Matt Blackwood Reader Find

By Matt Blackwood in New Eco on Tuesday 27 March 2012

Add one QR code, some ice, and then you have a smart way of connecting people in Amsterdam to the melting ice caps. Gin is optional.

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