TWOTHIRDS + WDC
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WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation.
WDC is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. They defend these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue. WDC’s mission is to amaze people with the wonder of whales and dolphins and inspire global action to protect them.
Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is a registered charity (in England and Wales No. 1014705)
ONE FOR THE WHALE
In March 2016, Twothirds and WDC partnered up to protect whales and dolphins. Through the year-long collaboration, Twothirds committed to donate one euro per each of their popular products that carried the one for the whale logo. Over 3,000 euros being raised to support WDC’s work around the world tackling the issues of captivity, by-catch and whaling, championing whale and dolphin rights and the working on the creation of marine-protected areas (MPAs).
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