News from the Amazon
WWF calls for improving protected area management, implementation and financing
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is currently being held in South Korea, it started on ...
With wildlife populations cut in half, governments need to redouble efforts
WWF is taking part at Convention of Biological Diversity is being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea
Urgency in tackling deforestation is needed
As the Latin American and Amazonian Climate CoP-20, Lima 2014, approaches, September was marked by ...
Amazon protected areas as tools for climate change adaptation
Biodiversity for Sustainable Development and a mid-term review of the implementation of the ...
Amazon Protected Areas Systems preparing to face climate change
Over 120 protected area directors and climate change officers from Colombia, Ecuador and Peru are ...
Amazon in Rio
“What is needed to successfully solve environmental problems?” That question, posed to WWF world ...
Mamiraua Institute and WWF navigate the Tapajos River to estimate dolphin populations and verify environmental conditions
Indicators of river health are fundamentally important to planning species and habitat protection. ...
Interview: Reginaldo Carvalho dos Santos, biologist
Reginaldo Carvalho dos Santos was among the biologists on the Juruena River Migratory Species ...
The Declaration of Lima calls on governments to recognise the Pan-Amazon’s vital role in climate regulation and guarantee climate security for humanity
40% of the worlds remaining rainforests are to be found in the Amazon as well as at least 10% of ...
The Amazon region and its contribution to climate discussions
The 3rd Pan-Amazonian Meeting will discuss the Amazon rainforest in the context of climate change.