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...
Pandas in the Wild
Participating in international policy forums is one way WWF works to advance just, science-based, ...
Interview with Cristina Eghenter, WWF-Indonesia
The Social Perspective
WWF statement on Mai-Ndombe Emission Reductions Programme in DRC
DRC advances to the final stage of negotiations before launching the Mai-Ndombe Emission Reductions ...
12 Chinese Forestry Companies Commit to Responsible Forest Management in Gabon
Companies made commitment at launch of the "Sustainable Forest Management Declaration."
Leading consumer goods companies slow to deliver on sustainable sourcing
Majority of brand manufacturers and retailers yet to take meaningful action to source required soft ...
Green Timber Supply Chain Initiative launched by China real estate industry
48 real estate companies in China have committed to green procurement.
Pandas in the Wild
Collaboration with universities is an important aspect of WWF’s forest and climate work.
Interview with Karen Petersen, WWF-US
We spoke to Karen Petersen from WWF Forest and Climate about her work in research and policy.
Advancing REDD+ in practice through knowledge sharing and learning
We can learn from efforts that worked as well as those that didn’t.
Forest monitoring strong deterrent to illegal deforestation
In March, WWF-Paraguay reported the deforestation of 240 hectares of Atlantic Forest.