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Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has been unveiled as a global ambassador for climate and nature for WWF [World Wildlife Fund]. The 24-year-old actress - best known for playing Arya Stark on the hit TV show - urges people to fight against climate change. She said: "I am honoured and excited to be working with WWF where together we will give the opportunity for people to learn about critical parts of the natural world that are most at risk, and how we can all personally make a difference and preserve them for future generations. "I want to showcase the fight back against climate change, including how we can turn around the crisis in our oceans, which are home to such extraordinary diversity of life and sustain us all." Tanya Steele, CEO at WWF-UK said: "This year is critical for action on climate and nature, with leaders making decisions that will shape our future. Nature is a vital ally in the fight against climate change and we need powerful voices speaking up for its protection and renewal. "We?re thrilled to name Maisie as WWF?s first Global Ambassador for Climate and Nature, knowing she shares our passion for restoring the planet we all call home.? Ahead of WWF?s 60th anniversary on April 29, Maisie is encouraging people to support WWF?s work on tackling the climate and nature crisis by adopting a threatened or endangered animal. Credit WWF / MEGA. 28 Apr 2021 Pictured: Maisie Williams appears in new film as global WWF ambassador. Photo credit: WWF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has been unveiled as a global ambassador for climate and nature for WWF [World Wildlife Fund]. The 24-year-old actress - best known for playing Arya Stark on the hit TV show - urges people to fight against climate change. She said: "I am honoured and excited to be working with WWF where together we will give the opportunity for people to learn about critical parts of the natural world that are most at risk, and how we can all personally make a difference and preserve them for future generations. "I want to showcase the fight back against climate change, including how we can turn around the crisis in our oceans, which are home to such extraordinary diversity of life and sustain us all." Tanya Steele, CEO at WWF-UK said: "This year is critical for action on climate and nature, with leaders making decisions that will shape our future. Nature is a vital ally in the fight against climate change and we need powerful voices speaking up for its protection and renewal. "We?re thrilled to name Maisie as WWF?s first Global Ambassador for Climate and Nature, knowing she shares our passion for restoring the planet we all call home.? Ahead of WWF?s 60th anniversary on April 29, Maisie is encouraging people to support WWF?s work on tackling the climate and nature crisis by adopting a threatened or endangered animal. Credit WWF / MEGA. 28 Apr 2021 Pictured: Maisie Williams appears in new film as global WWF ambassador. Photo credit: WWF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has been unveiled as a global ambassador for climate and nature for WWF [World Wildlife Fund]. The 24-year-old actress - best known for playing Arya Stark on the hit TV show - urges people to fight against climate change. She said: "I am honoured and excited to be working with WWF where together we will give the opportunity for people to learn about critical parts of the natural world that are most at risk, and how we can all personally make a difference and preserve them for future generations. "I want to showcase the fight back against climate change, including how we can turn around the crisis in our oceans, which are home to such extraordinary diversity of life and sustain us all." Tanya Steele, CEO at WWF-UK said: "This year is critical for action on climate and nature, with leaders making decisions that will shape our future. Nature is a vital ally in the fight against climate change and we need powerful voices speaking up for its protection and renewal. "We?re thrilled to name Maisie as WWF?s first Global Ambassador for Climate and Nature, knowing she shares our passion for restoring the planet we all call home.? Ahead of WWF?s 60th anniversary on April 29, Maisie is encouraging people to support WWF?s work on tackling the climate and nature crisis by adopting a threatened or endangered animal. Credit WWF / MEGA. 28 Apr 2021 Pictured: Maisie Williams appears in new film as global WWF ambassador. Photo credit: WWF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has been unveiled as a global ambassador for climate and nature for WWF [World Wildlife Fund]. The 24-year-old actress - best known for playing Arya Stark on the hit TV show - urges people to fight against climate change. She said: "I am honoured and excited to be working with WWF where together we will give the opportunity for people to learn about critical parts of the natural world that are most at risk, and how we can all personally make a difference and preserve them for future generations. "I want to showcase the fight back against climate change, including how we can turn around the crisis in our oceans, which are home to such extraordinary diversity of life and sustain us all." Tanya Steele, CEO at WWF-UK said: "This year is critical for action on climate and nature, with leaders making decisions that will shape our future. Nature is a vital ally in the fight against climate change and we need powerful voices speaking up for its protection and renewal. "We?re thrilled to name Maisie as WWF?s first Global Ambassador for Climate and Nature, knowing she shares our passion for restoring the planet we all call home.? Ahead of WWF?s 60th anniversary on April 29, Maisie is encouraging people to support WWF?s work on tackling the climate and nature crisis by adopting a threatened or endangered animal. Credit WWF / MEGA. 28 Apr 2021 Pictured: Maisie Williams appears in new film as global WWF ambassador. Photo credit: WWF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has been unveiled as a global ambassador for climate and nature for WWF [World Wildlife Fund]. The 24-year-old actress - best known for playing Arya Stark on the hit TV show - urges people to fight against climate change. She said: "I am honoured and excited to be working with WWF where together we will give the opportunity for people to learn about critical parts of the natural world that are most at risk, and how we can all personally make a difference and preserve them for future generations. "I want to showcase the fight back against climate change, including how we can turn around the crisis in our oceans, which are home to such extraordinary diversity of life and sustain us all." Tanya Steele, CEO at WWF-UK said: "This year is critical for action on climate and nature, with leaders making decisions that will shape our future. Nature is a vital ally in the fight against climate change and we need powerful voices speaking up for its protection and renewal. "We?re thrilled to name Maisie as WWF?s first Global Ambassador for Climate and Nature, knowing she shares our passion for restoring the planet we all call home.? Ahead of WWF?s 60th anniversary on April 29, Maisie is encouraging people to support WWF?s work on tackling the climate and nature crisis by adopting a threatened or endangered animal. Credit WWF / MEGA. 28 Apr 2021 Pictured: Maisie Williams appears in new film as global WWF ambassador. Photo credit: WWF/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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