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CONDITIONS OF USE

Permission is granted to known partners of WWF to use the attached imagery upon acceptance of the following conditions:
The assets in this pack may only be used in the context of up-scaling communication on the values of biodiversity and nature. Any imagery/videos utilized from this pack must be accompanied with copy to this effect. While a photo or video credit is mandatory, it will not in itself suffice as permission to use the asset, without the accompaniment of further text.
Imagery may NOT be used purely for the promotion of your organisation or any product outside of the context of upscaling biodiversity communications
Imagery must be closely accompanied by a full and properly formatted credit
Permission is granted for one-time use only. Imagery may not be stored for subsequent use. Any other subsequent rights are reserved and subject to approval by the artists concerned.
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World Chocolate Day
July 7, 2019

World Chocolate Day is celebrated annually on 7th July. This is a day to indulge in your favorite chocolate products. This World Chocolate Day, we are asking you to think about where chocolate comes from, the natural resources needed for its production, and how you can enjoy its deliciousness in a more sustainable way.

Cocoa trees are grown in tropical climates, so the cultivation of this crop often results in deforestation. However, this need not be the case. Agroforestry, the positive interaction of agriculture with trees, can be used to protect and restore our natural landscapes and ecosystems whilst still being able to grow crops for food production.

Our toolkit available for download contains content that showcases just how much natural resource goes into making one bar of chocolate. We also celebrate forward-thinking farmers, who are finding more sustainable ways to grow crops like cacao beans, so we can continue to enjoy the foods we love.

Also be sure to check out a list of useful links from Our Planet on our Educators’ page.

Partners

Let's be sweet to our planet by appreciating nature this World Chocolate Day. Discover more


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Educators

Children have a sweet tooth. Teach them to be sweet to our planet. Discover more


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