News from the Amazon
Amazon Regional Course brought together Protected Areas and Climate Change Officers
Around 30 climate change officers, protected area directors and WWF staff from Ecuador attended a ...
Deforestation fronts require ambitious and integrated commitments to prevent the collapse of the Amazon region
Twenty-five deforestation hotspots in the Amazon compromise the ecosystem services provided by the ...
Alliance COICA and WWF to make progress on the concept and implementation of Amazon Indigenous REDD+
For generations, the indigenous peoples have been working to protect their territories against ...
Agenda: Living Amazon and COP 20
Living Amazon Initiative will actively participate as part of WWF delegation at UN Climate ...
Protected areas and indigenous territories as a tool to build climate resilience
More than 6000 participants from over 170 countries get together at the World Park Congress, held ...
The Amazon region: well protected, but not enough
One of the most important natural region on Earth requires integrated approaches from different ...
Mapping livelihoods, land uses and culture in Suriname
WWF Guianas was represented in the World Parks Congress with a participatory three dimensional map ...
Conservation award: collective recognition for protected areas work in Brazil and worldwide
Cláudio Maretti, WWF’s Living Amazon Initiative leader, was one of the conservationists nominated ...
Protected Areas and Indigenous Territories in the Amazon region: a safety net for biodiversity and human beings
Study reveals that accumulated deforestation in the Amazon is starting to affect climate
According to the author, achieving zero deforestation is no longer sufficient to guarantee the ...