Human-wildlife conflict news archive
Climate change could push snow leopards over the edge
Warming world threatens endangered big cat and water supplies for millions of people
Gabon set to burn thousands of ivory tusks and carvings
In a bold move against poaching and illegal wildlife trade, Gabon is expected to burn its ...
WWF supports Human-wildlife Conflict Management Endowment Fund with Nu Two Million.
United by elephant
Fikri Pohan and Evatma Dewi said ‘yes’ to each other, for better or worse, in a unique marriage ...
WWF finds US grocery retailers stocking toilet paper linked to rainforest destruction
American companies and consumers are inadvertently contributing to Indonesian rain forest and ...
Document pulps APP’s tiger sanctuary claims
A document released today by WWF and partners confirms that a supplier to paper giant Asia Pulp and ...
WWF to celebrate World Rhino Day
On the occasion of the second annual World Rhino Day, WWF tomorrow will join the residents of ...
Count of mountain gorillas begins in Uganda
Ugandan wildlife officials and staff of conservation organizations today began a census of ...
Communities for tigers
WWF-India and authorities join hands with communities for long-term conservation of the River ...
Lighting lives in the Sundarbans
WWF-India helps provide renewable energy lighting to remote communities.