News from the Amazon
Climate change speeds up Amazon’s destruction
Report: A vicious cycle of climate change and deforestation could wipe out or severely damage the ...
Pact to end deforestation launched in the Amazon
WWF-Brazil joins eight other Brazilian non-governmental organizations to launch a pact to reduce ...
South American dolphin survey wraps up in Bolivia
South America’s first-ever river dolphin census through the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers has come to ...
Sustainable fishing catches on in the Amazon
Fishermen on Brazil's Lake Santo Antonio have much to celebrate following the end of a ban on ...
Soldiers in Bolivia’s Armed Forces stationed in Beni receive environmental training
Trinidad - On September 4th, National Protected Areas Day in Bolivia, the Prefecture of Beni ...
WWF assists with creation of new national park in Colombia
The creation of a new national park in Colombia will help protect an important corridor stretching ...
It has been 2 years since the declaration of Bruno Racua Wildlife Reserve in the Bolivian Amazon
Only two years after its categorization, the Bruno Racua Wildlife Reserve, located in Pando ...
Amazon deforestation rates significantly down; WWF urges tighter forest policies
While welcoming the announcement that the deforestation rate in the Brazilian Amazon dropped this ...
WWF statement on FSC certification of Forestal Venao in Peru
WWF issues statement clarifying its position and involvement regarding the FSC certificate issued ...
Counting River Dolphins
From Colombia to Bolivia