News from the Amazon
WWF helps Peruvian indigenous community stop wetland pollution
An agreement between the government of Peru, the Achuar indigenous people and Argentinean oil ...
Counting river dolphins in Peru
Hundreds of dolphins were spotted along Peru’s Samiria and Maranon-Amazonas Rivers as part of South ...
WWF-Brazil´s report shows how to save US$ 15 billion by implementing a sustainable electricity scenario
Plan for the electrical future of Brazil with more economy and efficiency is the proposal of the ...
Rate of deforestation slowing in Amazon
Deforestation rates in the Amazon are declining, but ranching, logging and agricultural activities ...
Climate change threatens Latin America and the Caribbean
As the United States marks the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina today, a new WWF-supported ...
Counting dolphins in Ecuador
Dozens of dolphins have been sighted in the rivers of Ecuador as part of a WWF-supported South ...
WWF Statement on Soy, Forest Conversion, and the Amazon
WWF expedition makes discoveries in the Amazon
A WWF expedition into Brazil's newly created Juruena National Park deep in the Amazon forest has ...
Expedition into the Amazon’s newest park
From 13 June to 2 July 2006, a team from WWF and local partners in Brazil will embark on the ...
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River dolphin count in Venezuela begins
More than 200 river dolphins have been spotted in Venezuela. Find out more about the first results ...