News & Publications on sustainability
Cod, coral and seabirds protected from the threat of oil
The new government of Norway has put the value of nature in front of the need for oil
WWF recommends against paper purchases from APP as doubts mount on deforestation pledge
WWF is recommending against purchasing paper from or investing in APP, as concerns ...
WWF calls for zero burn laws as hotspot analysis fingers pulp and palm oil industries
WWF has renewed calls for zero-burn policies to be enacted and enforced, as satellite ...
Protecting environment key to ending poverty, finds UN High Level Panel
Taxes, incentives, regulations, subsidies, trade and public procurement need to be realigned to ...
WWF is helping Mutti, a leading producer of tomato products, calculate and reduce its water ...
Decision makers must follow scientific advice and not increase bluefin tuna quotas
WWF calls on decision makers and the fishing industry to follow the International Commission for ...
Poorly managed fisheries impact food security and livelihoods
A report released by the UN's independent food expert, Olivier De Schutter, “Fisheries and the ...
WWF: Agreement on finance key to success at Hyderabad biodiversity meet
The first week of negotiations at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in Hyderabad ...
Green Economy to Help Make Poverty History in Mozambique
Following squandered opportunities at the Rio +20 talks in Brazil, Mozambique has created a ...
WWF concerned Rio talks may collapse
Two weeks out from the 20-year reprise of the Rio Earth Summit, and two years after negotiations ...