Forests for Life Programme resources
Human well-being better in a better protected environment: WWF
Bonn, May 22, 2008 – Well planned and managed protected areas can play a key role in reducing ...
Environmental protection vital to reducing natural disaster impact...
Bonn, May 20, 2008 – Environmental degradation is a key factor turning extreme weather events into ...
Landscape Outcome Assessment Methodology (LOAM) in Practice
A practical guide on how to go about implementing the Landscape Outcome Assessment Methodology ...
Gift of the Himalayas - high value plants and NTFPs
A report on the the Himalayas' rich repository of native plants and high value nontimber ...
Guide to buying “green” paper
WWF launches a buyers' guide to responsible paper purchasing and use.
Climate Change in Indonesia - Implications for Humans and Nature
Climate change impacts on Indonesia, people and nature
Food Stores: Using Protected Areas to Secure Crop Genetic Diversity
A research report by WWF, Equilibrium and the University of Birmingham, UK
High Conservation Value Forests: The concept in theory and practice
This brochure clearly explains the HCVF concept with its strengths and limitations, illustrates how ...
Five Years of Implementing Forest Landscape Restoration – Lessons to Date (English & French)
Experiences compiled from the WWF Network during a study tour of Spain and Portugal, June 2006.
WWF/World Bank Global Forest Alliance - Annual Report 2005