Latest species news
Large ivory seizure exposes scale of trafficking networks in Central Africa
Authorities in the Republic of Congo must now bring criminals to book
Make or break year for South Africa’s rhinos after poaching hits record high
Despite increased efforts to tackle the surge in rhino poaching, a record 1215 rhinos were killed ...
India's tigers come roaring back according to new report
India’s tiger population has significantly increased according to the 2014-15 India tiger ...
Historic advances in international shark and ray conservation
Twenty-one species of shark and ray have received increased international protection
Andy Murray becomes global ambassador for WWF to help fight poaching and illegal wildlife trade
Tennis star Andy Murray has today become a global ambassador for WWF
Thailand in the spotlight over national plan to control ivory trade
Thailand’s national ivory action plan submitted on 30 September to a global wildlife trade body is ...
Solutions still in reach as world biodiversity suffers major decline
Global wildlife populations have declined by more than half in just 40 years as measured in WWF's ...
Whaling commission shifts toward conservation agenda
The 65th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) ended today with a landmark decision ...
Countries impose tighter regulation of scientific whaling
New rules on whale hunts should stop killing for junk science.
WWF statement international condemnation of Iceland
WWF joins 35 governments in calling on Iceland to stop hunting endangered fin whales.
Latest species publications
Law enforcement against forest crime in the Eastern Plains Landscape of Cambodia 2006-2011
Wild Mekong: New species in 2010 from the forests, wetlands and waters of the Greater Mekong, Asia’s land of rivers
A new monkey, a self-cloning skink, five carnivorous plants, and a unique leaf warbler are among ...
INFOGRAPHIC: Marine turtles in the Coral Triangle
Marine turtles are to the Coral Triangle what jewels are to a crown: both indispensable and ...