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Snow leopard (Uncia uncia) in winter.

Nepal leads the way in snow leopard conservation at global summit

Nepal makes conservation history by becoming the first country to launch its climate-smart snow leopard landscape management plan.

23 Aug 2017 Read more »
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Tiger

Cambodian Prime Minister Endorses Tiger Reintroduction Plans

WWF congratulates the Royal Government of Cambodia for the Prime Minister’s endorsement of plans to reintroduce wild tigers to northeastern Cambodia.

23 Aug 2017 Read more »
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Snow leopard (Panthera uncia)

Global leaders head critical summit to save the snow leopard and its habitat, on which hundreds of millions depend

More than 200,000 people worldwide along with leading conservationists and global influencers call for greater action at International Snow Leopard ...

23 Aug 2017 Read more »
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The Belize reef is home to three kinds of marine turtles, endangered green turtles, like this one, as well as critically endangered hawksbills and vulnerable loggerheads.

Belize moratorium on offshore oil activity landmark step forward for marine conservation

WWF, Oceana and other members of the Belize Coalition to Save Our Natural Heritage welcome move to stop damaging oil exploration activity in and ...

18 Aug 2017 Read more »
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Wayne Lotter

‘A devoted conservationist and defender of wildlife’

WWF statement on the death of Wayne Lotter, Co-founder & Chairman, PAMS Foundation

18 Aug 2017 Read more »
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Yellowfin Tuna

WWF deeply concerned over imminent certification of Mexican tuna fishery

WWF has expressed its deep concern at the likely Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification of the Northeastern Tropical Pacific tuna dolphin-set ...

05 Aug 2017 Read more »

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