Species publications archive
Captive Breeding - WWF Policy Statement 2007
Captive breeding is the process of breeding animals outside of their natural environment in ...
The largest cat of all, the tiger is a powerful symbol among the different cultures that share its ...
Factsheet: African Great Apes
Africa’s great apes are faced with a deadly combination of threats: destruction and degradation of ...
Brochure: WWF Global Species Programme - for biodiversity and people
A brochure outlining the work of WWF's Global Species Programme to help save ...
Towards an ecosystem approach to longline fisheries in the Benguela: An assessment of impacts on seabirds, sea turtles and sharks
Over the past decade there has been global concern regarding the bycatch of seabirds, sea turtles ...
Confronting Shark Conservation Head On!
This paper identifies the main players in the catch and trade of shark products, examines the ...
Factsheet: African Elephant
A powerful symbol of nature, the world's largest land animal is still under threat.
WWF Positions - CITES CoP14
WWF's position statements in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic for key proposals to amend the ...
How is "Ecosystem Based Management" Defined in Global Environmental Agreements?
The paper examines the meaning of ecosystem-based management (EBM) and the ecosystem approach, ...
Marine Turtle Update 3, February 2007