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...
Music of the forest: a way forward for Gabon’s cooperation with China
With over 800 km of coastline, tropical rainforests covering 85% of its territory and a wealth of ...
Rattan: a key to prosperity
When the first rays of morning sun blink through old trees in the Truong Son mountain range, Mr. ...
The Borneo Initiative - boosting certified timber trade in Borneo
In early June, 2012, TBI celebrated its success at an event called Jakarta FSC Business Encounter ...
WWF and partners identify best practices in REDD projects in Latin America
Rio+20 Sustainable Development Dialogues Recommend ZNDD by 2020
International leaders of the private sector, NGOs and scientific community participating in the ...
Learning Session: Community Landscape Management Planning
You are invited to take part in a Learning Session on REDD+ Community Management Landscape ...
REDD + in the Guianas – a report from WWF Guianas
New research and government commitment paves way for first Voluntary Carbon Market initiative in ...
REDD+ People: Joachim Mbadu, farmer -- Democratic Republic of Congo
Meet Joachim Mbadu, a 53-year-old farmer from the Democratic Republic of Congo's Bas-Congo province ...
WWF Scorecard: UNFCCC Bonn Intercessional
From 14-25 May 2012, an intercessional meeting of the UNFCCC took place in Bonn, Germany. View ...
REDD+ Practitioner: Dr. Naikoa Aguilar-Amuchastegui
Dr. Aguilar-Amuchastegui, known as Naikoa to his teammates, is WWF’s Senior Forest Carbon Scientist ...