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In Brazil, strengthened protection for the Amazon, communities and the Little Blue Macaw

Brazil announces the creation of three new protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon and Caatinga biomes to preserve the country’s rich biodiversity ...

08 Jun 2018 Read more »

Multi-stakeholder platform to drive excellence in sustainable finance across Asia

To shift Asia's financial flows towards sustainable economic, social and environmental outcomes, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has announced ...

08 Jun 2018 Read more »
The Mediterranean Sea is threatened by plastic pollution

The Mediterranean at risk of becoming ‘a sea of plastic’

The Mediterranean Sea is turning into a dangerous plastic trap, with record levels of pollution from microplastics threatening marine species and ...

08 Jun 2018 Read more »
A mountain gorilla pictured in Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda in February 2018.

Mountain gorilla numbers climb upwards

Results from a two-year survey in the transboundary Virunga Massif, one of the two remaining habitats of the mountain gorilla, show numbers of the ...

05 Jun 2018 Read more »
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 »

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