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Food for thought: 91 per cent of people don’t realize our food system is the greatest threat to nature

16 October 2018 – We all need to eat - and we all need to think about food differently. The food system is both the single biggest user of natural ...

16 Oct 2018 Read more »
Ground pangolin in South Africa

WWF statement on London Illegal Wildlife Trade conference

Global leaders have acknowledged the need to take urgent collective action to combat the illegal wildlife trade (IWT) at the the fourth global ...

12 Oct 2018 Read more »
Female ranger

Revealed: the poor working conditions of the men and women on the front line of protecting our nature and wildlife

As nature continues to decline across the world, worsened by unrelenting levels of illegal logging and rampant poaching, wildlife rangers are one of ...

09 Oct 2018 Read more »
Seized Shipment of Illegal African Elephant Tusks, Thailand Customs officials in Suvarnabhumi discover a shipment of African elephant tusks from Mozambique. Suvarnabhumi is a major hub for both wildlife and drug trafficking, Thailand.

Progress at illegal wildlife trade meeting but urgent action still needed

The 70th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora (CITES) concluded ...

05 Oct 2018 Read more »
Sei whale calf diving underwater (Balaenoptera borealis) Azores, North Atlantic

Japan’s landing and sale of sei whale meat violates international law

Parties to the Standing Committee to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora (CITES), have clearly and ...

02 Oct 2018 Read more »
African elephant (Loxodonta africana) in the Masai Mara reserve, Kenya.

Disappointing start to CITES Standing Committee as countries complicit in illegal ivory trade exit the monitoring mechanism

Today’s decision allowing countries complicit in the illegal ivory trade to withdraw from the National Ivory Action Plans (NIAPs) process deals a ...

01 Oct 2018 Read more »

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