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Nina Gualinga, 24, recepient of 2018 WWF International President's Youth Award

WWF recognises youth that are protecting the planet

Nina Gualinga, an indigenous woman leader of the Kichwa community of Sarayaku in the Ecuadorian Amazon, is the recipient of this year’s WWF ...

08 May 2018 Read more »
Western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) female 'Malui' walking through a cloud of butterflies

Largest ever study of gorillas and chimpanzees, finds more than expected, but their future remains in peril with worrying declines and 80 per cent living in unprotected areas

Today, results from the largest ever research study of gorillas and chimpanzees in Western Equatorial Africa has been released with population ...

25 Apr 2018 Read more »
Mekong Irrawaddy Dolphin

Hope for critically endangered Mekong river dolphins as population increases for first time

Results from a WWF and Government of Cambodia census released today show that the population of critically endangered river dolphins in the Mekong ...

23 Apr 2018 Read more »
The International Maritime Organization headquarters in London.

Global Shipping Sector Steps Up, Sets Climate Targets And Bans Use Of Heavy Fuel Oil In Arctic

In a landmark step forward for the goals set out in the Paris Agreement, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) today agreed to climate ...

13 Apr 2018 Read more »
Elephants in the dust

Taiwan announces plan to ban domestic ivory trade

Taiwan’s announced its plan to ban its domestic ivory trade starting on 1 January 2020. This follows similar changes in policy from Mainland China, ...

05 Apr 2018 Read more »
A recently collared elephant feels its GPS collar for the first time having been revived. Mikumi National Park, Tanzania.

The collars that could help save elephants

In Tanzania, the country’s largest ever elephant collaring exercise has begun. Over the next year in Tanzania, the government, with our support, aims ...

04 Apr 2018 Read more »

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