Species news archive
IWC governments to decide on future of scientific whaling
New Zealand mounts a challenge to Japan's controversial hunts, which have have killed more than ...
More than a quarter of a million people say no to Don Sahong dam
WWF today staged a public event to share the concerns of more than a quarter of a million ...
Last chance for Thailand to tackle illegal ivory trade
Thailand has until next March to take measures to shut down domestic trade in illegal elephant ivory
Urgent international action needed following elephant poaching statistics in Mozambique
Up to 900 elephants died in northern Mozambique over a three year period according to the latest ...
UNESCO warns against Virunga oil exploration
“Any oil exploitation inside the property would seriously affect its integrity,” UNESCO said.
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 ...