Species news archive
UK legal system fails to deter wildlife traffickers
Weak wildlife laws in the UK are threatening some of the world's most endangered animals.
Conservation funds seek closer ties
WWF, The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), and the Phoenix Fund will cooperate on conservation ...
Conflict resolution can help save tigers
A project in Malaysia shows that simple changes to livestock management can reduce conflict between ...
Papua New Guinea to create whale sanctuary
Papua New Guinea will designate its entire Exclusive Economic Zone as a whale sanctuary.
Simple ways to help our planet
To celebrate Earth Day, WWF offers some simple suggestions on how everyone can do their part to ...
Fishing threatens world's rarest marine dolphin
New Zealand's North Island Hector's dolphins - of which only 100 still survive - are under renewed ...
Successful rhino translocation in Nepal
Translocation of 10 greater one-horned rhinoceroses in Nepal has gone ahead despite the current ...
'Deadly apathy' undermining whale conservation, says expert
A 'deadly apathy' is responsible for the continuing pollution of the world's oceans by man-made ...
WWF launches a new panda conservation project
A new WWF project in the Qinling Mountains of Shaanxi Province aims to create new panda reserves in ...
WWF condemns Japan-Norway whale meat trade
WWF condemns plans by Japan to import whale meat from Norway.