Climate and Energy News
Half of plant and animal species at risk from climate change in world’s most important natural places
The Amazon, Miombo Woodlands in Southern Africa, and south-west Australia will be among the most ...
Mondi joins WWF’s Climate Savers business leadership programme
Global packaging and paper group adopts 2050 science-based targets to limit global temperature rise ...
Soaring temperatures forecast at the North Pole as record low sea ice expected
As much of Europe and Russia freezes, forecasters predict North Pole temperatures could rise above ...
First renewable-powered WWF office in urban Latin America comes online in Peru
Although the vision of roofs covered with solar panels can seem far away in cities like Lima, ...
WWF climate leader given highest German award
Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, leader of WWF's global Climate & Energy Practice and former Minister of ...
Twenty WWF offices go solar, with more to come
A WWF initiative to power the organizations’ offices solely or primarily with renewable energy has ...
WWF welcomes China’s national carbon emission trading system
China’s nationwide carbon emission trading system marks an important step toward promoting a low ...
Momentum for climate action builds with One Planet Summit
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 ...
Phasing out coal, powering a sustainable future
WWF welcomes the creation of the ‘The Global Alliance to Power Past Coal’, launched in Bonn today, ...