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Freshwater dolphins being rounded up during tagging operation in Bolivia

First ever tagging of Amazon dolphins to boost conservation efforts

11 dolphins safely tagged in Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia

05 Dec 2017 Read more »
Indian tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) In the water Bangkok Zoo, Thailand

Revealed: New WWF report unveils the unseen benefits of saving wild tigers

Money invested by governments, aid agencies and funds raised by supporters across the globe to save wild tigers have unseen benefits for Asia’s ...

27 Nov 2017 Read more »
Pavan Sukhdev

Pavan Sukhdev named as new President of WWF International’s Board

The former head of UNEP’s Green Economy Initiative, Pavan Sukhdev, has been named as the new President of WWF International’s Board.

21 Nov 2017 Read more »
Theme of the WWF pavilion at COP23

COP23 puts a strong focus on ambition, even as countries defer immediate action

As the UN climate talks end later today, WWF recognizes the progress made on laying the groundwork for increasing climate ambition up to 2020 and ...

17 Nov 2017 Read more »

“Safeguarding habitats is our one chance to save the vaquita”: WWF

The government of Mexico and the global conservation community must urgently focus all efforts on ensuring a gillnet-free Upper Gulf of California ...

10 Nov 2017 Read more »
Juvenile Tiger in Royal Manas National Park

Towards Doubling Tigers in Royal Manas National Park

From only 10 in 2010, the number of tigers in Bhutan's Royal Manas National Park (RMNP) has risen to 22 tigers in 2016.

09 Nov 2017 Read more »

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