Conservation success stories
Mexico approves measure to save world's rarest marine mammal
The government of Mexico has taken a decisive step to save the vaquita - a porpoise threatened by ...
Stopping the trade that kills
In a major step forward to combat the illegal wildlife trade, the UN Commission on Crime Prevention ...
French oil giant Total to keep out of Virunga World Heritage Site
In response to an open letter from WWF to Total’s investors, the company has confirmed it will not ...
Russian seas finally protected by robust law against oil pollution
Russian has passed a long-awaited law to protect the country’s seas from oil pollution after ...
Tuna fisheries lead sustainable change in their regions
Two key tuna fisheries in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific have taken important steps to ...
Endangered seabirds and other marine species protected in huge new South African marine protected area
Cape Town, South Africa: A new 18 million hectare marine protected area (MPA) declared by ...
2013 Earth Hour unites community of people worldwide on the issue of climate change
WWF’s Earth Hour completed another record-breaking sweep around the planet on 23 March 2013, ...
Global action taken to protect elephant, rhino and other species threatened by the illegal wildlife trade
An international wildlife trade meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, in March, boosted efforts to stop the ...
Huge boost in funding support to protect the rainforests of central Borneo
More than US$30 million has been committed by governments and international organisations to ...
New research to inform good management of key polar bear populations
New financial contributions from WWF in support of polar bear research are improving the knowledge ...
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