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13 Feb 2019

Cape Town (13 February 2018). South Africa’s Department of Environmental Affairs has announced ...

31 Jan 2019

WWF’s vision is for healthy oceans, with healthy and thriving ocean wildlife. The recent ...

22 Jan 2019

Beijing, China - Tuesday, January 22, 2019: More than one year after China implemented a full ban ...

14 Nov 2018

The IUCN Red List status update released today contains a small glimmer of hope for mountain ...

30 Oct 2018

Humanity and the way we feed, fuel and finance our societies and economies is pushing nature and ...

12 Oct 2018

Global leaders have acknowledged the need to take urgent collective action to combat the illegal ...

05 Oct 2018

The 70th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered ...

02 Oct 2018

Parties to the Standing Committee to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of ...

01 Oct 2018

Today’s decision allowing countries complicit in the illegal ivory trade to withdraw from the ...

01 Oct 2018

Governments, International Organisations and Civil Society meet in Russia to make key decisions on ...

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Latest species publications
13 Apr 2015

WWF and Global Initiative report on gaps in global legal architecture

31 Mar 2015

Strategy to guide conservation of Central Africa's declining western gorillas and chimpanzees

06 Mar 2015

Findings highlight the scale of the illegal trade, particularly in South East Asia

12 Dec 2011

A new monkey, a self-cloning skink, five carnivorous plants, and a unique leaf warbler are among ...

21 Jul 2011

Marine turtles are to the Coral Triangle what jewels are to a crown: both indispensable and ...

01 Dec 2010

The marine turtle derivatives trade in Fiji is showing a marked decrease compared to previous ...

25 Nov 2010

The declining marine turtle populations in Fiji has become a growing concern over recent years. ...

21 Jun 2010

The Southern Ocean is critical to ensuring the recovery and viability of the great whale ...

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