Ensuring forests for the future
Turing over a new leaf
Within these landsapes WWF works to ensure countries have scientifically based and representative networks of well-managed protected areas, which are sustainably financed, ensure effective participation of local communities and provide social and economic benefits, and in addition, establish initiatives that support responsible forest management and trade.
Learn more about our forest work:
Global Forest and Trade Network
Learn more about our work with the Global Forest and Trade Network...
Interview with Ugan Manandhar, WWF-Nepal
Climate connections in Nepal
Reducing Risks, Ending Deforestation
Saving Forests for the Common Good
Success will depend on collaboration.
WWF welcomes agreement on unified approach to implement no deforestation commitments
WWF welcomes HCS Convergence Working Group's announcement today that they have reached an agreement ...
Thinking Bigger to Save the World’s Forests
How do jurisdictional approaches work? Who is involved and what strategies are being used?
Interview with Lou Leonard, WWF-US
Through the climate lens
Kutai Barat and Mahakam Ulu incorporated into Indonesia’s developing REDD+ Pilot
Indonesia is increasing the area that will fall under its Forest Carbon Partnership Facility’s ...
WWF brings knowledge sharing and learning methods to Quito workshop
At the beginning of September, representatives from COICA, Forest Trends, EDF, and WWF met in Quito ...
WWF science represented in IPCC panel of experts
From August 29 to 31, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) hosted a scoping meeting ...
Tackling illegal timber trade: Indonesia first country to export licensed timber to EU
On 15 November Indonesia will be the first country in the world to export FLEGT-licensed legal ...