Species news archive
Hong Kong plans record illegal ivory destruction
WWF and TRAFFIC welcome the Hong Kong government’s plan to burn 28 tonnes of confiscated ivory ...
Endangered leopard images are proof of conservation progress in Caucasus
New images of the endangered Caucasian leopard emerged this week proving ten years of conservation ...
Shark fin imports to world’s biggest market drop by third
Number of shark fins passing through Hong Kong declines sharply indicating a possible reduction in ...
Countries renew plan to protect mountain gorillas
Rwanda, Uganda and DRC to boost gorilla tourism in Virunga mountains.
Nine organizations in Nepal honored with WWF Leaders for a Living Planet Award.
WWF honoured the work of nine organizations in Nepal that played an instrumental role in achieving ...
Inspiring Girl Scout troop helps save endangered species with WWF and Earth Hour
Famous cookie sellers raise money for a sniffer dog patrol
Actress Emma Stone helps fight wildlife crime
Real life superhero Emma Stone helps WWF protect tigers, rhinos and eles at ehour.me/EHpuppies
Dam threatens survival of Mekong dolphins
The Lao government’s decision to forge ahead with the Don Sahong hydropower project in southern ...
Major victory in conservation battle against oil company
Serious allegations against Soco validated by OECD agency
Governments commit to decisive and urgent action to tackle global wildlife poaching crisis
Heads of state, ministers and high level representatives of 46 countries, today committed to taking ...