News from the Forests of New Guinea | WWF

Posted on 27 June 2011 | 

A remarkable 1,060 new species have been discovered the island of New Guinea from 1998 to 2008. But ...

Posted on 27 June 2011 | 

A remarkable 1,060 new species have been discovered the island of New Guinea from 1998 to 2008, but ...

Posted on 25 October 2009 | 

The world’s ability to control climate change could be crippled if global leaders do not support ...

Posted on 28 September 2007 | 

The creation of three new wildlife management areas in Papua New Guinea will protect some of ...

Posted on 05 March 2007 | 

A festival in eastern Papua New Guinea pays tribute to crocodiles of the Sepik River, one of the ...

Posted on 25 October 2006 | 

“When I was a little boy, you could walk into the bush about 2km and come back 30 minutes later ...

Posted on 25 October 2006 | 

“You dig a big yam up with a stick made out of yuka, it has to be a big one,” explains Abia Bai, a ...

Posted on 25 October 2006 | 

Local communities in Papua New Guinea gathered along the volcanic slopes of Mount Bosavi in the ...

Posted on 16 October 2006 | 

A series of expeditions by WWF scientists into previously unexplored areas of tropical rainforest ...

Posted on 28 September 2006 | 

Renewed allegations from a logging industry spin-doctor that WWF is pursuing a campaign to replace ...